> > I tried adding WITHOUT_X11=yes to /etc/make.conf as well as X11BASE= > and > > X11BASE="", but I still get the same error. > > Remove them. This makes sure they are not defined, not even > empty (as in "#define BLA -> symbol 'BLA' is defined"). > > > Where to go from here? Do I have and old version of something that is > > causing this? I get this error _right away_ before anything is even > built. > > It seems to be a check by the Makefile at port's top level.
Ok... I have no definition for X11BASE anywhere, not in my env, not in my /etc/make.conf, nowhwere... However, it's still complaining about X11BASE being deprecated. I tried just adding WITHOUT_X11=yes in /etc/make, and without it. I even searched all the Makefiles in /usr/ports, and in the /usr/ports/lang/php5 dir to find any reference to X11, or X, or X11BASE, but nada... I don't even know where this error message is being generated from. I can't even do a basic make without it immediately spitting out the error: # make X11BASE is now deprecated. Unset X11BASE in make.conf and try again. *** Error code 1 Stop. Where should I look next? Any help is appreciated. Thanks! -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php