compile zstd on dfly master
jungleboogie0 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 16 09:25:39 PST 2016
On 15 November 2016 at 10:39, John Marino <dragonflybsd at marino.st> wrote:
> On 11/15/2016 12:34, jungle Boogie wrote:
>> On 15 November 2016 at 05:37, John Marino <mfl-commissioner at marino.st>
>>> Use the dport /usr/dport/archivers/zstd. It has existed for months
>> Sure, great idea, but any idea why sudo gmake install would fail?
> You *do* understand that ports are recipes for how to build things on
> specific platforms? They "fix" problems with vendor scripts. It's rare
> that a vendor build file works out of the box without modification.
> in a way, ports are a knowledge repository for all these tricks.
> You should not be surprised when building yourself results in failure. It's
> very easy to skip requirements or not have valuable fixes. It's almost
> naive to expect these to work.
I am surprised because a) someone on the github issue downloaded dfly
and built zstd without any issue;
b) zstd built fine on freebsd 11-release
> If you really care about the answer to your question then study the port and
> see what it's doing differently than you, and then you'll understand the
> root problem.
I see only this change:
Anyway, thanks for maintaining the port. I'll install the package on dragonfly.
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