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I agree with you, this works on FreeBSD, but in DragonFly it seems this don't work, i don't know why, it seems this is the same file...<BR>
Another problem is also when we want to search a port. On FreeBSD we can do it with whereis <portname> or going to /usr/ports and do a make search name=<portname>.<BR>
In DragonFly the whereis doens't work, why not, but make search failed because of missing files (look at the attachment). Then how can i do a make search ?<BR>
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Le lundi 20 mai 2013 à 16:30 +0200, John Marino a écrit :
On 5/20/2013 16:25, Loïc BLOT wrote:
<FONT COLOR="#737373">> Hello John</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#737373">> it's a fresh DragonFly 3.4.1 install, and i have purged /usr/pkg as you</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#737373">> expect.</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#737373">> I build from source because i prefer custom compile</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#737373">> options/optimizations, like i do in all my FreeBSD systems :)</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#737373">> postgresql91-client doesn't get gettext dependancy when we built it with</FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#737373">> NLS support i can confirm it, i have done a second fresh install.</FONT>
What doesn't make sense from your statement is that the NLS option for
every package is turned on by default (as you may have said already).
see line 185:
Gettext dependency is there.
pgsql client uses the pgsql server makefile to build.
I build pgsql often in a clean environment (poudriere), all the versions
build fine. I'm not sure what your issue is, but the makefile is okay