On Wed, Sep 21, 2016, at 16:21, Naram Qashat wrote:
> On 2016-09-21 15:26, Mark Felder wrote:
> > On Wed, Sep 21, 2016, at 12:52, Naram Qashat wrote:
> >> I can't seem to get the phantomjs port to build for me under FreeBSD
> >> 10.3. I have lang/gcc installed (so I have gcc48 and g++48) and clang 
> >> is
> >> the base compiler. It seems that it is trying to use g++48, but there 
> >> is
> >> no freebsd-g++48 mkspec and it fails to even start building.
> >> 
> >> I've even tried to set CC and CXX manually but that doesn't help 
> >> because
> >> of the mkspec issue. It seems to always try using gcc48 and g++48
> >> regardless of what CC and CXX are set to.
> >> 
> > 
> > Do you have more details about how you're trying to build it? It builds
> > with clang, not gcc. It should not be attempting to use gcc at all.
> I'm building using portupgrade, but the problem happens even if I build 
> directly with make from /usr/ports/lang/phantomjs too. I use portconf, 
> but even with all the options commented out in there, it still doesn't 
> build.
> > Here is the cluster build log for 10.1 amd64 (10.1 is build target for
> > all packages used for 10.1, 10.2, and 10.3)
> > 
> > http://beefy2.nyi.freebsd.org/data/101amd64-quarterly/422328/logs/phantomjs-2.0.0_4.log
> Looking at that build log, I see a difference when it checks for g++ and 
> g++48. On my system, since I have g++ and g++48 from lang/gcc, it sets 
> PLATFORM to freebsd-g++ when it finds g++ and then to freebsd-g++48 when 
> it finds g++48, so XPLATFORM gets set to freebsd-g++48 instead of 
> freebsd-clang. I assume that uninstalling lang/gcc would make it build, 
> but this seems more like a problem with how phantomjs is checking for 
> compilers (and then not having the required mkspec).

I strongly suggest building with  synth or poudriere which provide a
cleanroom build environment.

  Mark Felder
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