Hello folks,

I am attempting to build the tiff library, but am continually running into
a problem.  After executing `make install` from /usr/ports/graphics/tiff,
the build fails.  Included is the exact output of the process, as well as
the 'config.log' as requested.

This is a cleanly installed system of 5.2.1-RELEASE, and immediately
upgraded to -CURRENT as of about one hour ago.  The ports were also
cvsup'd and are current as of about 10 minutes ago.

[begin output]

===>  Vulnerability check disabled
===>  Extracting for tiff-3.6.1_1
>> Checksum OK for tiff-v3.6.1.tar.gz.
===>  Patching for tiff-3.6.1_1
===>  Applying FreeBSD patches for tiff-3.6.1_1
===>   tiff-3.6.1_1 depends on shared library: jpeg.9 - found
===>  Configuring for tiff-3.6.1_1

Configuring TIFF Software v3.6.1

If configure does the wrong thing, check the file config.log for
information that may help you understand what went wrong.

Reading site-wide parameters from ./config.site.
Oh no, not another i386-unknown-freebsd5.2 system...
===>  Script "configure" failed unexpectedly.
Please report the problem to [EMAIL PROTECTED] [maintainer] and attach the
"/usr/ports/graphics/tiff/work/tiff-v3.6.1/config.log" including the output
of the failure of your make command. Also, it might be a good idea to provide
an overview of all packages installed on your system (e.g. an `ls

[end output]

[begin config.log]

Sat Feb 28 19:04:12 EST 2004
Running ./configure with arguments: --with-ZIP --with-JPEG 
--with-DIR_BIN=/usr/local/bin --with-DIR_LIB=/usr/local/lib 
--with-DIR_INC=/usr/local/include --with-DIR_MAN=/usr/local/man --with-CC=cc 
--with-GCOPTS=-O -pipe  --with-OPTIMIZER= --with-DIRS_LIBINC=/usr/local/include 
--with-DIR_GZLIB=/usr/lib --with-DIR_JPEGLIB=/usr/local/lib --with-LIBGL=no 
--with-LIBIMAGE=no --with-INSTALL=/bin/sh 
/usr/ports/graphics/tiff/work/tiff-v3.6.1/port/install.sh --noninteractive --with-HTML 

This file contains information that is captured from running the configure
script.  Lines that begin with a "+" are command lines echoed by the
shell.  Other lines are the output of commands; usually the contents of
test case files or the output from compilers.  If configure does the
wrong thing, you can use the information captured here to aid in debugging.

+ . ./config.site
+ cat dummy.c
main(int argc, char* argv) { exit(0); }
+ cat xgnu.c
#ifdef __GNUC__
+ cc -E xgnu.c
+ egrep yes
+ cc -o dummy dummy.c

[end config.log]
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