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Re: Dealing with .git


Even after a cleaning and a retry, it still fails. Any idea what's going
on here?

Did you see a few lines up, at line 1210-ish in the log?

 cargo:warning=curl/lib/strerror.c: In function 'curl_easy_strerror':
 cargo:warning=curl/lib/strerror.c:191:8: error: 'CURLE_TELNET_OPTION_SYNTAX' undeclared (first use in this function); did you mean 'CURLE_SETOPT_OPTION_SYNTAX'?
 cargo:warning=   case CURLE_TELNET_OPTION_SYNTAX :
 cargo:warning=        ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 cargo:warning=        CURLE_SETOPT_OPTION_SYNTAX
 cargo:warning=curl/lib/strerror.c:191:8: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in

I *suspect* it's trying to do a git log to figure out what version of
the source code it's dealing with, but that the git failure is ultimately
a red herring and the ultimate issue something along the lines of "need
a more recent version of curl".

Interestingly, there weren't any updates between the version of curl that was installed and what's currently in pkgsrc. However, pkg_deleting curl, then retrying the build of rust succeeded without curl being reinstalled.

Any ideas why that might happen?


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