On Sat, Feb 1, 2014 at 3:55 PM, Glen Barber <g...@freebsd.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 01, 2014 at 03:52:32PM -0500, Thomas Hoffmann wrote:
> > Did my weekly update of -CURRENT today to r261350 from r261236. After the
> > upgrade when I tried to run 'pkg' I got the error:
> > libelf.so.1 required by libpkg.so.1
> > So, I reinstalled 'pkg', which fixed the problem. Then I ran pkg_libchk
> > see if any other libs were missing and got:
> > glib -2.36.3_1: /usr/local/bin/gresource misses libelf.so.1
> > So i re-installed glib and re-ran pkg_libchk against it. No more missing
> > libelf.so.1.
> > Anyway, I'm wondering if I inadvertently deleted libelf.so.1 during the
> > 'make delete-old' or 'make delete-old-libs' steps of the rebuild.
> > Unfortunately, these are the only two steps of the build process
> > (mergemaster excepted) that I do not 'script' the output, so I cannot go
> > back to see if that is the case. Obviously I need to begin "script'ing
> > these two steps on future builds.
> > Anyone else seen this or that can confirm an inadvertent delete of
> > libelf.so.1 on my part?
> r261246 updates libelf.so to version 2.
Okay, so I wasn't stupid, just negligent. I usually run pkg_libchk
immediately after my builds to pick up these types of changes and to know
what ports I need to rebuild. Got distracted today and did not do this
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