On Wednesday 17 March 2004 07:07 pm, Marc LeMaire wrote:
> Marc LeMaire wrote:
> > Matthew Seaman wrote:
> >> On Wed, Mar 17, 2004 at 12:24:14AM -0500, Marc LeMaire wrote:
> >>> I've just installed a fresh version of Freebsd 4.9 stable,
> >>> cvsupped the port, build and install a generic kernel and world.
> >>> I've done mergemaster and everything is ok.
> >>>
> >>> The problem arises when I try to compile Kde, Moz, LyX. Each of
> >>> these programs crashes with the same message :
> >>>
> >>> building for expat-1.95.7
> >>> -------------
> >>> lib/xmlparse.c:76:#error memmove does not exist on this platform,
> >>> nor is a substitute available
> >>> ***Error 1
> >>>
> >>> How can I fix this problem (or install the appropriate
> >>> substitute)? I contacted the port maintainer but I have no reply
> >>> yet.
> >>
> >> memmove(3) certainly should be available on FreeBSD.  Sounds like
> >> your make world didn't go entirely smoothly.  Try cvsup'ing the
> >> latest RELENG_4 sources and build the world again.  Don't use any
> >> '-j' flags for parallel build, use the default CPUTYPE and CFLAGS
> >> settings in /etc/make.conf and if the make process reports an
> >> error, don't try and restart the build, but investigate and try
> >> and solve whatever it was that went wrong.  Ask again here if you
> >> get stuck, and include a good chunk of the make output including
> >> from where any error first shows up to the end.
> >>
> >>     Cheers,
> >>
> >>     Matthew
> >
> > I've re-installed the whole 4.9 stable shebang, up to and including
> > mergemaster.
> > Expat2 compiled but now it's libiconv1.9.1_3 that is the
> > troublemaker
> >
> > DHAVE_CONFIG_H -c ./relocatable.c -fPIC -o .libs/relocatable.lo
> > ./relocatable.c: in function 'libconv_relocate':
> > ./relocatable.c:392: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only
> > once ./relocatable.c:392: for each function it appear in.)
> > ***Error code 1
> >
> > :-(
> >
> > I've never had these problems when doing a clean install of FBSD
> >

Ah, but you didn't do a clean install. You cvsup'ed ports-all and jumped 
into a massive update of expat and now freetype2.

If you haven't cvsuped ports-all, the easy out on expat is portupgrade 
-rf expat. 

The header files for freetype2 no longer exist as freetype.h and it also 
needs a -rf update.

Kent

-- 
Kent Stewart
Richland, WA

http://users.owt.com/kstewart/index.html
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