On Fri, May 10, 2002 at 12:26:56PM -0500, Dan Nelson wrote:
> In the last episode (May 10), Riccardo Torrini said:
> > After a cvsup of 10 minutes ago either on 5.0-CURRENT and on
> > 4.6-PRERELEASE (both of May 8, 02:46 CEST) making a
> > 
> > # make clean
> > 
> > into /usr/ports/deve/gettext spawn zillions(!) of make process,
> > lead to cpu load average at 96.xx before a reboot  :-(
> > 
> > Up to yesterday it works.  Doing this into others ports works...
> Syntax errors (or defining things that bsd.port.mk wants to control
> itself) in /etc/make.conf can cause this.

there's a circular dependency that was just introduced to gettext.
gettext now depends on expat, which depends on gmake, which depends on

it's a known problem, and is being worked on.


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