In the last episode (Aug 10), Clement Laforet said:
> On Sun, 10 Aug 2003 01:04:07 +0300
> "Mikael Karlsson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I'm trying to install MySQL-server-4.0.10 package in 4.8 release as
> > it says right there under Requires: at this link
> > http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/ports.cgi?query=mysql&stype=name&release=4.8-RELEASE%2Fi386#mysql-server-4.0.10
> > that it REQUIRES both 3.23.55 and 4.0.10 mysql-clients and when I
> > try to install it both are installed along as dependencies! I'm not
> > really interested in compiling the port even if it only requires
> > one client.
> In fact, it's a nasty building related problem :-) When you build
> mysql-server-4.x, p5-DBD-mysql is compiled with the current version
> of mysql-client, by performing a simple test on MySQL libs, if no
> libs are install, default is 3.23. The main problem with this, is
> that, when the packages is built, depedencies are not built, but
> install via packages, then you have a nasty conflict.
Luckily the client packages are small (under 1MB), so it's not a major
problem if both 3.23 and 4.0 get installed.
Doesn't the port build handle this right? mysql40-client is listed
before p5-DBD-mysql in RUN_DEPENDS, so ideally bsd.port.mk should be
able to build and install the 4.0 client, then just use that for the
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