Well, On Fri, 5 Jul 2013 15:34:59 +0200 Polytropon <free...@edvax.de> wrote:
P> > Try a make rmconfig first and then make install. P> P> And make sure /etc/make.conf does not contain any "offending" P> settings that might suggest you do not have or want X11. if I do make rmconfig it tells me that there was no user config. To be sure I deleted the /var/db/ports/vim/options file. Here is my /etc/make.conf: WITH_PKGNG=yes # Ruby RUBY_DEFAULT_VER=2.0 # TeX TEX_DEFAULT=texlive # QT QT4_OPTIONS=CUPS QGTKSTYLE # added by use.perl 2013-07-02 07:31:18 PERL_VERSION=5.14.4 However vim is still build without x11 support. The only thing working right now is manually tweaking the Makefile. Otherwise I always end up with a ./configure --enable-gui=no ... Regards, Jens -- 05. Heuert 2013, 15:47 Homepage : http://www.jan0sch.de Antique fairy tale: Little Red Riding Hood. Modern fairy tale: Oswald, acting alone, shot Kennedy.
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