thanks, I did cvsup the ports collection, then the make command builds
I just did a fresh install of FreeBSD 5.2.1 from FTP a week ago, so I never
dreamt of anything being out of date form this install. Why do I have to
cvsup the ports collection?
Anyway, Anjuta builds, but the libtools problem remains the same :-(
I cannot create a default project.
I'm now trying a portupgrade -a, and it is taking forever ...
My project is in ~/Projects, I'm currently on Windoze so I cannot give a ls.
Do you have an "ltconfig" file in your project directories?
Christian Schüler wrote:
>> Why don't you build it from ports and save yourself a lot of problems?
> (1) because this doesn't build 1.2.2, it starts building "1.0.2" when I
> make install.
This strongly suggests that your ports tree is out-of-date.
This port's Makefile should start with:
# New ports collection makefile for: anjuta
# Date created: 31 March 2001
# Whom: Dmitry Sivachenko
# $FreeBSD: ports/devel/anjuta/Makefile,v 1.26 2004/05/06 02:54:02 bland Exp
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> So if anyone has more help to offer besides "use the ports" that would be
> really great.
How about: "update your ports collection first, then use the ports".
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