Re: Prevent MacPorts editing .bash_profile over and over again...

2017-02-02 Thread Chris Jones
On 01/02/17 17:23, Barry Scott wrote: On 1 Feb 2017, at 14:20, Bachsau > wrote: Am 01.02.2017 um 07:38 schrieb Ryan Schmidt: Sorry. Repeated modifications of the profile when the modifications were already there was a bug. It looks like a fix

Re: override local port

2017-02-02 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, On 02/02/17 16:16, db wrote: On 2 Feb 2017, at 16:34, Mojca Miklavec wrote: If you only want to do it once, you can cd to the folder with the port that you want to use and run "sudo port ..." from there. Hmm…no, I thought I could mark the ports' default

Re: Will using only dolphin be too much overhead?

2017-02-11 Thread Chris Jones
Run sudo port clean kde4-baseapps And then try again. > On 11 Feb 2017, at 8:34 am, Dorien Herremans > wrote: > > Hi Ryan, > > Thanks. > > I've run: > sudo port uninstall installed > > sudo port install kde4-baseapps > > and it end with the following error:

Re: Will using only dolphin be too much overhead?

2017-02-11 Thread Chris Jones
> On 11 Feb 2017, at 8:34 am, Dorien Herremans > wrote: > > Hi Ryan, > > Thanks. > > I've run: > sudo port uninstall installed > > sudo port install kde4-baseapps > > and it end with the following error: > Error: Requested variants "+gtk+gtk3+x11" do not

Re: Mirroring and corporate firewall/proxy

2016-12-14 Thread Chris Jones
On 14/12/16 15:04, Guillaume Lapierre wrote: Le 14/12/2016 à 15:40, Russell Jones a écrit : Did you grab the .rmd160 file to go with the binary archive? Yes. The solution was to grab the distfile instead of the pre-built package and use the -s switch on the command line to force building

Re: Trouble upgrading Macports to Sierra

2017-03-30 Thread Chris Jones
> On 30 Mar 2017, at 6:02 pm, Barrie Stott <zen146...@zen.co.uk> wrote: > >> On 30 Mar 2017, at 16:38, Chris Jones <jon...@hep.phy.cam.ac.uk> wrote: >> >> Hi, >> >>> On 30/03/17 16:32, Barrie Stott wrote: >>> I recently installed

Re: ffmpeg update fails

2017-03-22 Thread Chris Jones
> On 22 Mar 2017, at 8:07 pm, t...@qx.net wrote: > > Thank you for guiding me to the ticket. I followed the patch instruction > for lion at the end of the ticket and all was good until the very last > step: sudo port install libarchive > Error: Unable to

Re: Prevent MacPorts editing .bash_profile over and over again...

2017-03-22 Thread Chris Jones
On 21/03/17 20:43, Jan Stary wrote: Here is a diff to postflight and an accompanying diff to installing.xml (what other places need to be touched if this goes through?) I do not think this will get committed. At least I hope it does not. As explained by others the current situation where if

Re: ffmpeg update fails

2017-03-22 Thread Chris Jones
you should search trac for known issues before posting to the list. In this case you would have found the long standing issue with libarchive on old OSX releases. https://trac.macports.org/ticket/53712 On 21/03/17 02:12, t...@qx.net wrote: Mac mini 2.7Ghz Intel Core i7 8 GB 1333 Mhz DDR3

Re: A question on dynamic linking / version-changing libraries

2017-03-06 Thread Chris Jones
Building statically is also a security nightmare. If I have a dynamic libFoo.so, that a lot of other libraries and applications dynamically link against, that is suddenly found to have a major security bug, then once libFoo.so is updated I know everything else using it is also fixed. If

Re: gcc 4.8 problem in update

2017-03-06 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, You haven't really provided any useful information that anyone can use to help. For instance the last line of the log you posted says :debug:build "$procedure $targetname" :error:build See

Re: gcc 4.8 problem in update

2017-03-06 Thread Chris Jones
b.t.w. gcc 4.8 is quite old now. If you have any ports installed using this gcc version, as a variant, you should check to see if the defaults for that port have been updated to a newer release (gcc 6) and where necessary switch to using that. On 06/03/17 08:46, Chris Jones wrote: Hi, You

Re: building from source with libc++

2017-04-19 Thread Chris Jones
On 19/04/17 09:51, db wrote: On 19 Apr 2017, at 10:13, Mojca Miklavec wrote: https://trac.macports.org/wiki/XcodeVersionInfo That doesn't tell me anything different from the output I posted. I still don't exactly know which clang version I have. You

Re: how to uninstall macport with OS conflict ?

2017-05-18 Thread Chris Jones
On 18/05/17 12:06, f...@talgorn.me wrote: Hello guys! I want to uninstall macport. I'm currently running "darwin 16" (OSX Sierra) but my install of port is "darwin 15" based. This means I can not run the port command anymore: Error: Current platform "darwin 16" does not match expected

Re: macports with broken pipe

2017-05-31 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, You should start by following the instructions macports gave you at the end of the messages below :- Error: See /opt/local/var/macports/logs/_opt_local_var_macports_sources_rsync.macports.org_macports_release_tarballs_ports_devel_autogen/autogen/main.log for details. Error:

Re: Is There a Port for a compiler compatible with OpenMP and Imagemagick

2017-05-08 Thread Chris Jones
On 26/04/17 07:11, Richard L. Hamilton wrote: Is this the sort of version cross-reference you're looking for? https://gist.github.com/yamaya/2924292 That doesn't give anything more that 'clang --version' gives for each OS/Xcode release. So doesn't really help much. On Apr 26, 2017, at

Re: In a mess with libc++ libstdc++ and OSX 10.7.5 Lion

2017-09-14 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, On 14/09/17 09:34, Mojca Miklavec wrote: On 14 September 2017 at 10:10, Chris Jones wrote: Update to Sierra, it will save you most trouble in the long run. No need at all to go to a store to get it done though, just do it yourself Download the updater from the App Store and follow

Re: In a mess with libc++ libstdc++ and OSX 10.7.5 Lion

2017-09-14 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, On 14/09/17 10:49, Jeremy Huddleston Sequoia wrote: On Sep 14, 2017, at 01:48, Chris Jones <jon...@hep.phy.cam.ac.uk> wrote: Hi, On 14/09/17 09:34, Mojca Miklavec wrote: On 14 September 2017 at 10:10, Chris Jones wrote: Update to Sierra, it will save you most trouble in the lo

Re: High Sierra and MacPorts

2017-10-10 Thread Chris Jones
Have you running activity monitor to see what process is running, if there is one ? What you describe is not normal, for any is version. You have some process mid behaving. > On 10 Oct 2017, at 2:52 am, [ftp83plus] wrote: > > What MacBook is that? I have the MacBook5,2

Re: High Sierra and MacPorts

2017-10-10 Thread Chris Jones
On 10/10/17 09:37, Chris Jones wrote: Have you running activity monitor to see what process is running, if there is one ? What you describe is not normal, for any is version. You have some process mid behaving. OK, that is far too many typos, even for me... "have you tried ru

Re: cannot sync - pulling is not possible because you have unmerged files

2017-10-10 Thread Chris Jones
So one or more of those modifications are your problem. The modifications in your checkout conflict with something coming in from the sync. You need to resolve these conflicts before trying again. On 10/10/17 14:15, db wrote: On 10 Oct 2017, at 15:08, Chris Jones <jon...@hep.phy.cam.ac

Re: cannot sync - pulling is not possible because you have unmerged files

2017-10-10 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, This is git, nothing to do with macports. Looks like you have made some modifications to the ports in your local git checkout which conflict with what is being pulled in during the sync. You need to go into your git checkout and fix the conflicts, whatever they are, by hand before trying

Re: cannot sync - pulling is not possible because you have unmerged files

2017-10-10 Thread Chris Jones
could just nuke the area, and reclone it from github... Before that though perhaps someone else has an idea. Chris On 10/10/17 16:29, db wrote: On 10 Oct 2017, at 17:20, Chris Jones <jon...@hep.phy.cam.ac.uk> wrote: sudo port -d sync $ sudo port -d sync Password: DEBUG: Copying /User

Re: High Sierra and MacPorts

2017-10-12 Thread Chris Jones
On 12/10/17 03:27, [ftp83plus] wrote: Already did. No difference. I am beginning to suspect that Apple did this on purpose to push users to buy new hardware. Just as it does crippling iPhone with bloated iOS. Please stop make FUD like comments like this, they are no help (and also wrong,

Re: High Sierra and MacPorts

2017-10-12 Thread Chris Jones
On 12/10/17 00:04, Dave Horsfall wrote: On Mon, 9 Oct 2017, Dave Horsfall wrote: Now that MacPorts is on 2.4.2, is High Sierra now fair game?  Is it likely to be even more bloated and slower on my old 4GB MacBook than before? Well, that generated a fascinating discussion, but it didn't

Re: High Sierra and MacPorts

2017-10-12 Thread Chris Jones
On 12/10/17 09:27, Chris Jones wrote: On 12/10/17 00:04, Dave Horsfall wrote: On Mon, 9 Oct 2017, Dave Horsfall wrote: Now that MacPorts is on 2.4.2, is High Sierra now fair game?  Is it likely to be even more bloated and slower on my old 4GB MacBook than before? Well, that generated

Re: restore_ports.tcl - in infinite loop while sorting (sort_ports $portLis)

2017-10-12 Thread Chris Jones
Deleting that entry does not resolve the problem. I’m guessing there is another entry that it is trying to retrieve with no luck, but which one? myports.txt has 324 lines - after deletion of istumbler. (wc -l) The installation is nominally Apache2, Aspell, Mailman, Mysql 56, perl5, php56,

Re: High Sierra and X11 Support Issues

2017-09-30 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, > On 29 Sep 2017, at 9:05 pm, Merton Campbell Crockett > wrote: > > I’ve just installed a new 27” iMac with Retina 5K display to replace a failed > Mac Pro. I vaguely recall seeing a mention of potential issues with macOS > High Sierra and Xquartz and

Re: Xquartz running under macOS 10.12.6 Sierra

2017-09-28 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, The port xorg-server works fine for me on that platform. Chris On 28/09/17 03:09, Merton Campbell Crockett wrote: I haven’t been paying too much attention to mail from macports-users as I wasn’t having any issues with Xquartz and the mac ports applications that require X11 until my

Re: establish installed dependency not in portfile

2017-10-09 Thread Chris Jones
On 08/10/17 20:46, db wrote: On 8 Oct 2017, at 21:19, Ryan Schmidt wrote: On Oct 8, 2017, at 05:17, db wrote: Since py27-numpy is the only port installed requiring gcc7, I rather choose gcc6 which is used by many others instead. You can do that, but since gcc7 is

Re: Macports installation problem

2017-10-19 Thread Chris Jones
Yes, it is installed. No idea at all what this has to do with an Xbox though . > On 19 Oct 2017, at 6:46 am, John wrote: > > Thanks for pointing out that I should open the "Terminal". I tried it; could > you check if my Cairo is installed successfully? Should I do

Re: MacPorts shell mode

2017-10-19 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, > On 19 Oct 2017, at 9:07 pm, Rainer Müller wrote: > >> On 2017-10-19 19:28, Christopher Jones wrote: >> >>> If you really want to run a command without typing your password, >>> configure the sudoers file accordingly. There are plenty of guides on >>> the web on how

Re: High Sierra security advisory: set your root account password

2017-11-29 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, A security patch is now available, so the work around is no long needed. See https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT208315 Chris > On 29 Nov 2017, at 12:42 am, Ryan Schmidt wrote: > > A vulnerability was discovered in macOS High Sierra (10.13, 10.13.1, 10.13.2 >

Re: OpenOffice available?

2018-05-11 Thread Chris Jones
LibreOffice is now the defacto standard free office application, I would say. It forked from OpenOffice a while back, and whilst OpenOffice is largely in decline, LibreOffice is far from it. For the reasons why, ask your favourite search engine. https://www.libreoffice.org/ Not sure why

Re: Help with #!/usr/bin/perl

2018-06-16 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, > On 16 Jun 2018, at 11:01 pm, Michael wrote: > > Let's say I have a bunch of scripts that start with #!/usr/bin/perl > > There is a python_select,but not a perl_select. > > How do I avoid the out of date system Perl, which doesn't have the needed > support modules, and installing those

Re: Help with #!/usr/bin/perl

2018-06-16 Thread Chris Jones
> On 17 Jun 2018, at 2:17 am, Ken Cunningham > wrote: > > Easiest: move /usr/bin/perl aside and symlink in the one you want. Very bad idea. Who knows what system stuff you would break by doing it... > > Safest: reinplace the lot to the version you want. > > Ken > >> On Jun 16, 2018, at

Re: Is it possible to uninstall MacPorts without doing a migration?

2018-06-03 Thread Chris Jones
> On 3 Jun 2018, at 8:23 pm, Evan Biederstedt > wrote: > > I'm currently using MacOS High Sierra 10.13.5. I would like to uninstall > MacPorts on my macbook. > > Based on the instructions here: > > https://guide.macports.org/chunked/installing.macports.uninstalling.html > > I should do

Re: clang-5 and -gz option

2018-01-06 Thread Chris Jones
This looks like a question you should direct to the clang developers, not MacPorts users.. > On 6 Jan 2018, at 9:35 am, René J.V. Bertin wrote: > > Hi > > I was glad to notice that clang 5 has a -gz option to generate compressed > debug info, but quickly discovered that

Re: lldb-6.0 build failure

2018-01-17 Thread Chris Jones
https://www.macports.org/ and "report a bug" Chris David On Jan 17, 2018, at 7:35 AM, Chris Jones <jon...@hep.phy.cam.ac.uk> wrote: What OSX version are you running ? Is your Xcode up to date for that version ? On 17 Jan 2018, at 12:25 pm, David <da...@kdbar

Re: lldb-6.0 build failure

2018-01-17 Thread Chris Jones
What OSX version are you running ? Is your Xcode up to date for that version ? > On 17 Jan 2018, at 12:25 pm, David wrote: > > I’m using a version of Apple’s clang that doesn’t support thread local > storage (Apple LLVM version 7.0.2 (clang-700.1.81), from 2014). When I

Re: binary packages for 10.5.8

2018-01-17 Thread Chris Jones
On 17/01/18 17:31, Ryan Schmidt wrote: On Jan 17, 2018, at 10:59, Riccardo Mottola wrote: However 10.5 runs considerably faster on 32bit macs.s and those who cannot take 4GB of RAM. My own experience I see; I hadn't heard that feedback before. According to Apple, 10.6 focused not on new

Re: 10.13.2 supplemental update & root account

2018-01-16 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, On 16/01/18 09:13, Bjarne D Mathiesen wrote: Ryan Schmidt wrote: Using the root account is not recommended; you should use an admin account instead. If you must use the root account, and you have no admin account with which to enable it the normal way, you can apparently enable it in

Re: binary packages for 10.5.8

2018-01-16 Thread Chris Jones
On 16/01/18 09:14, Jan Stary wrote: On Jan 14 21:47:43, mo...@macports.org wrote: On 14 January 2018 at 11:40, Chris Jones wrote: A buildbot exists for PPC, but not intel The assumption I believe being if you have an intel machine, you should update at least to 10.6... the 10.5 buildbot

Re: binary packages for 10.5.8

2018-01-16 Thread Chris Jones
On 16/01/18 09:55, Jan Stary wrote: The reasons for not having a 10.5 Intel builder are that no users should need it (all users on 10.5 Intel should upgrade to 10.6) Why? many reasons. For instance security. In my view users should always migrate their machines to the most up to date OS

Re: binary packages for 10.5.8

2018-01-16 Thread Chris Jones
On 16/01/18 09:16, Jan Stary wrote: On Jan 15 22:33:56, ryandes...@macports.org wrote: On Jan 14, 2018, at 14:47, Mojca Miklavec wrote: On 14 January 2018 at 11:40, Chris Jones wrote: A buildbot exists for PPC, but not intel The assumption I believe being if you have an intel machine

Re: binary packages for 10.5.8

2018-01-14 Thread Chris Jones
PPC or Intel ? A buildbot exists for PPC, but not intel https://build.macports.org/waterfall The assumption I believe being if you have an intel machine, you should update at least to 10.6... the 10.5 buildbot exists because that is the last OS supporting PPC machines. Chris > On 14 Jan

Re: scp ignores case in filenames?

2018-01-19 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, What "exception"? "FILE" is "FILE". "file" is "file". Nothing to do with each other. The point is third party applications (and perhaps even some Apple stuff) is not well tested on anything other than the defaults. So its far from impossible for there to be applications that internally

Re: installation failure because can't fetch the file (10.6.8)

2018-01-19 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, I think you cut from the list of responses the useful ones. Most probably one of the ones you cut was showing that the connection was rejected due to the use of an insecure SSL version, or similar. Please post the complete log, compressed to save space. cheers Chris On 19/01/18 15:59,

Re: binary packages for 10.5.8

2018-01-17 Thread Chris Jones
On 17/01/18 16:59, Riccardo Mottola wrote: Hi, Chris Jones wrote: many reasons. For instance security. In my view users should always migrate their machines to the most up to date OS they can run, one that is still receiving security updates, in order to not expose themselves to possible

Re: Build Failure on ports-10.8_x86_64_legacy: lowdown

2018-01-24 Thread Chris Jones
https in in general just fine (at least for up to date OSes) Isn't this just another instance of an upstream server rejecting the out of date security available on an elderly OS like 10.8 ? Chris On 24/01/18 17:10, Jan Stary wrote: Looking at

Re: gdb fails to compile on Leopard - C++11 compiler

2018-01-26 Thread Chris Jones
Or maybe the gdb port could be updated to use one of macports python versions ? > On 26 Jan 2018, at 9:11 pm, Ken Cunningham > wrote: > > Use an older version of gdb, like 7.6.8 maybe, that worked on leopard. > > J > > Sent from my iPhone > >> On Jan 26,

Re: gdb fails to compile on Leopard - C++11 compiler

2018-01-30 Thread Chris Jones
ove variants. Chris On 30/01/18 16:31, Riccardo Mottola wrote: Hi, Chris Jones wrote: Or  maybe the gdb port could be updated to use one of macports python versions ? can I do this easily as a test in my portfile? could you do it? I already have a newer python installed from macports, so it wo

Re: running macports along with homebrew

2018-02-15 Thread Chris Jones
Hi On 14/02/18 23:42, Michael wrote: I think we should look at ways in which MacPorts is harder to use and see if we can address those. I'd say that being able to install software without having to use sudo would be my number one. Personally, one of the reasons I choose MacPorts over the

Re: no more Quartz in new MacOS 10.13.2?

2018-01-01 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, > On 1 Jan 2018, at 12:55 pm, James Linder wrote: > > > >> On 1 Jan 2018, at 8:00 pm, macports-users-requ...@lists.macports.org wrote: >> >> >> I'm a novice using MacPorts but I have used it to successfully install >> Python on my MacBookPro since late 2014 and on many

Re: Failed to upgrade gstreamer1-gst-plugins-bad

2018-08-18 Thread Chris Jones
Its a type (in this case an enum) expected by the build, but seemingly no longer provided by any of the dependents. > On 18 Aug 2018, at 6:30 am, Carlo Tambuatco wrote: > > What's a CGLError? > >> On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 1:18 AM Ryan Schmidt wrote: >> The error in both logfile is "error:

Re: cctools fails to build on Snow Leopard

2018-09-02 Thread Chris Jones
For starters Why are you building cctools in universal mode ? This is not standard. Chris > On 2 Sep 2018, at 1:30 am, Riccardo Mottola > wrote: > > Hi Christopher, > >> On 09/01/18 00:55, Christopher Jones wrote: >> The latest cctools built just fine for the build bots on 10.6 >> >>

Re: Help diagnosing gcc7 on MacOS 10.13 and SIGABRT

2018-09-10 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, Its going to be a little difficult to help without a complete example to look at. For instance I would want to see exact how Exception is defined and exactly what is in the struct you are effectively casting it to (the cast looks suspicious to me, I have to say). I would suggest you first

Re: Determining changes made by port sync

2018-08-31 Thread Chris Jones
The other thing you could try is run port outdated before and after running sync, and compare the results ... On 31/08/18 12:02, Chris Jones wrote: Depends. I work with a full git clone of the ports tree so I see that being updated and the subsequent portindex running on it. On 31/08/18

Re: Determining changes made by port sync

2018-08-31 Thread Chris Jones
, 2018, Chris Jones <mailto:jon...@hep.phy.cam.ac.uk>> wrote: > sudo port -d sync On 31/08/18 10:22, Bruce Johnson wrote: Hi, Is there any way to determine whether a run of port sync or port selfupdate actually updated any ports? Though it would be nic

Re: Determining changes made by port sync

2018-08-31 Thread Chris Jones
> sudo port -d sync On 31/08/18 10:22, Bruce Johnson wrote: Hi, Is there any way to determine whether a run of port sync or port selfupdate actually updated any ports? Though it would be nice, I don't necessarily need to know which ports were updated, just whether or not *any* ports were

Re: Help diagnosing gcc7 on MacOS 10.13 and SIGABRT

2018-09-11 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, Good suggestion. Certianly would be an issue if different c++ runtimes are being mixed. Easiest solution, if this is the case - Use clang (either system or one of MacPorts versions) instead of gcc, as then there will be no c++ runtime mis-matches, as these all use the same runtime.

Re: Installing Octave on Snow Leo

2018-01-22 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, > On 20 Jan 2018, at 8:55 pm, Uli Wienands wrote: > > Ok, I did selfupdate Macports and tried again, and indeed it now gets past > this hurdle. > > However, at the end it tells me that all compilers are blacklisted & it will > default to first fall-back option

Re: MacPorts 2.4.3 has been released

2018-04-11 Thread Chris Jones
On 11/04/18 14:20, Lenore Horner wrote: On Apr 10, 2018, at 22:10, Joshua Root > wrote: The MacPorts Project is pleased to announce the release of version 2.4.3. This is a bugfix release with small changes only. See the ChangeLog [1] for the

Re: MacPorts 2.4.3 has been released

2018-04-12 Thread Chris Jones
On 12/04/18 04:24, Ryan Schmidt wrote: On Apr 11, 2018, at 21:54, Joshua Root wrote: On 2018-4-12 12:39 , Ryan Schmidt wrote: On Apr 11, 2018, at 10:23, Joshua Root wrote: No, rsync just hasn't updated yet. The ports are also a bit out of date. Ryan should be able to take a look before

Re: problem installing gnureadline

2018-04-18 Thread Chris Jones
. The 'rm -rf' is described as a second option, if you *really* want to get rid of everything. You can run one or the other, take you pick. You can run both, but indeed once you run the second whether or not you ran he first is a moot point, its redundant. L. Le 18 avr. 2018 à 15:49, Chris

Re: problem with upgrading macport installed packages

2018-04-16 Thread Chris Jones
Please post examples of the warning/error messages you are getting... On 16/04/18 14:12, pagani laurent via macports-users wrote: Hi all, I just moved to the new 2.4.3 by running port selfupdate and tried to follow-up with a port upgrade outdated but it keeps stumbling on many ports claiming

Re: Is there and "rdist" for Mac?

2018-03-16 Thread Chris Jones
On 16/03/18 13:35, Mojca Miklavec wrote: 16. mar. 2018 2:30 PM je oseba "William H. Magill" > napisala: To quote WIkipedia: "The name "git" was given by Linus Torvalds when he wrote the very first version. He described the tool as "the

Re: Installing gcc6 on a PPC Mac Mini 10.4 gives me hell

2018-03-20 Thread Chris Jones
> On 20 Mar 2018, at 8:48 pm, Daniel J. Luke wrote: > >> On Mar 20, 2018, at 4:43 PM, Andreas Falkenhahn >> wrote: >> IMHO there really should be prebuilt binaries for 10.4. It's a waste of >> energy and resources to have everybody build this on

Re: Installing gcc6 on a PPC Mac Mini 10.4 gives me hell

2018-03-20 Thread Chris Jones
> On 20 Mar 2018, at 9:27 pm, Andreas Falkenhahn wrote: > >> On 20.03.2018 at 21:58 Rainer Müller wrote: >> >> Personally, I do not understand why you are still running such an old >> machine with macOS. > > It's retro, there doesn't have to be a rational reason for

Re: Installing gcc6 on a PPC Mac Mini 10.4 gives me hell

2018-03-20 Thread Chris Jones
> On 20 Mar 2018, at 8:43 pm, Andreas Falkenhahn wrote: > >> On 20.03.2018 at 21:35 Ken Cunningham wrote: >> >> On 10.5 you installed a prebuilt binary. >> gcc6 takes 12 to 24 hrs to build on a PPC machine. > > Oh my, that's too much for me, I've just hit CTRL-C. Of

Re: Is there and "rdist" for Mac?

2018-03-16 Thread Chris Jones
Basically I'm after three-way master replication i.e. any box can be the "master" at any arbitrary time, if that makes sense; develop on Mac, test on FreeBSD, see what the Penguin busted, and any can be the "master" at that time, pushing sources back to the others (but the Mac will be the

Re: Is there and "rdist" for Mac?

2018-03-17 Thread Chris Jones
Hi > On 17 Mar 2018, at 12:54 pm, Peter Hancock wrote: > >> On 16/03/2018 22:49, Joshua Root wrote: >> >> I'll just note that git is not the only distributed version control >> system, and others like mercurial and bazaar are often considered to >> have better user

Re: Where does openjdk11 put executables?

2018-10-13 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, You can check what files any given port installs with > port contents Chris > On 13 Oct 2018, at 10:43 am, Watson Ladd wrote: > > Dear all, > After installing the openjdk11 package which java returns > /usr/bin/java still. I have my path set up with macports ahead of > /usr/bin/java. Is

Re: Mojave and Migration

2018-10-23 Thread Chris Jones
Hi Thank you. Unfortunately, the list is huge: MrMuscle:~ mnewman$ port echo not installed and \( $(awk '{print $1}' myports.txt) \) | wc -l 218 And includes things like curl, wget, gzip and others. Makes me thing something went seriously wrong with restore_ports.tcl. Personally,

Re: -bash: port: command not found

2018-10-30 Thread Chris Jones
On 30/10/18 10:50, Christoph P.U. Kukulies wrote: I haven't been using macports in a while and recently wanted to install something (mutt-devel) to find that macports seems to be gone or no longer in my PATH. I open a terminal, type in port, and get, whath the subject says. -bash: port:

Re: Mojave port install p5.26-mail-clamav fails

2018-10-27 Thread Chris Jones
OK, but still you need to follow the instructions to report the issue via a trac ticket. > On 27 Oct 2018, at 1:27 pm, Steve Wardle via macports-users > wrote: > > # port list clamav > clamav @0.100.2sysutils/clamav > >> On 27 Oct 2018, at 13:22, Christopher

Re: myports.txt vs requested.txt

2018-10-26 Thread Chris Jones
On 26/10/18 02:18, Michael Newman via macports-users wrote: On Oct 25, 2018, at 19:00, macports-users-requ...@lists.macports.org wrote: It doesn’t include many ports that are in myports.txt, such as curl, wget, and dnsmasq, all of which

Re: Odd gcc7, 8 behaviour on Mojave

2018-10-19 Thread Chris Jones
Try starting a new bash shell and checking there... On 19/10/18 10:55, David Nicholls wrote: Gcc not showing but fortran is. I reinstalled Macports after the upgrade fro High Sierra (not from source, using the package from macOS Mojave v10.14

Re: How Mojave-ready is MacPorts?

2018-11-10 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, > On 10 Nov 2018, at 8:49 pm, Ken Cunningham > wrote: > > > >> On Nov 10, 2018, at 12:37 PM, Dave Horsfall wrote: >> >> I ask because assuming I give High Sierra a miss (which failed twice on my >> early 2009 13" MacBook for different reasons) > >> -- Dave > > It likely won’t run

Re: gimp2 install

2018-11-12 Thread Chris Jones
> On 13 Nov 2018, at 3:49 am, Uli Wienands wrote: > > Given Ryan's comment I updated my Macports installation (was 2.4.2, now: > 2.5.4), Thats a huge jump... if you also had not updated your ports for that period as well, no surprise you are having problems now. Its really not a good idea

Re: How Mojave-ready is MacPorts?

2018-11-14 Thread Chris Jones
According to EveryMac.com, MacBook6,1 supports 8GB of RAM. No futzing would be required. Apple only supports RAM configurations that were available at the time the model was sold. If 4GB modules were not available in 2009, then they would not claim to support a total of 8GB of RAM. But

Re: gimp2 install

2018-11-14 Thread Chris Jones
On 14/11/18 02:33, Uli Wienands wrote: Ok, so I did upgrade tk. That went ok, sort of. In the process of upgrading tk it butchered several other ports ("found 61 broken files, 5 broken ports"). In the process of fixing those it ran aground trying to install zstd. As a result, my octave

Re: Can not remove the new MacPorts Mojave package

2018-10-03 Thread Chris Jones
*Exactly* what command are you running ? Are you running it through sudo ? (your regular user account will not be owning /opt/local) Chris On 03/10/18 13:16, S. L. Garwood via macports-users wrote: I installed the new Macports bundle mentioned in Josha Root’s email. Install went fine, but

Re: port not installing

2018-10-09 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, As Ryan has been alluding to, something is not right with your installation, and its very hard to work out what from the information you are providing. You say your OS has effectively been updated. Have you followed the migration instructions https://trac.macports.org/wiki/Migration

Re: migration to mojave, my experience so far

2018-10-09 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, It's a darn shame there can't be a private buildbot running a public OS beta, to get an earlier jump on new OS support, not to mention a field in the tickets explicitly for port version, so that the buildbots could on build failure automatically check for, and if not found, submit

Re: netbpm fails to build on Leopard

2018-10-09 Thread Chris Jones
On 09/10/18 09:54, Riccardo Mottola via macports-users wrote: Hi! with the latest update round, I have this new issue. Any clues? Should I just try a different compiler? a dependency mssing? I can open a ticket of course. I tried configure.compiler=macports-gcc-6 but the issue persists

Re: gutenprint fails to build

2018-10-09 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, Please provide a *complete* log from a clean build. The compiler version is likely listed in an earlier section you have removed. Chris On 09/10/18 09:39, Riccardo Mottola via macports-users wrote: Hi all! latest turn of upgrades on Leopard 10.5 I get the failure below building

Re: gutenprint fails to build

2018-10-09 Thread Chris Jones
On 09/10/18 11:16, Riccardo Mottola wrote: Hi Chris, Chris Jones wrote: Please provide a *complete* log from a clean build. The compiler version is likely listed in an earlier section you have removed. I actually lost the log because I rebuild, I forced configuring with macports-gcc-6

Re: 10.14 Mojave

2018-10-01 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, MacPorts, for the most part, works fine on macOS10.14 now. There just isn't an installer yet for it so instead follow the instructions at https://www.macports.org/install.php to build from source instead. Chris On 01/10/18 10:14, Petr Ivanov wrote: Hi, all. Could not find any

Re: xephem seg faults on Mojave

2018-10-11 Thread Chris Jones
The same version of Xephem ran fine on 10.13 when using the Fink packaging system, so I’m far from convinced it is a bug in Xephem. That statement does not follow. How does it running ok on macOS 10.13 mean it does not have a bug only affecting macOS 10.14 ?

Re: xephem seg faults on Mojave

2018-10-11 Thread Chris Jones
On 11/10/18 10:07, Richard L. Hamilton wrote: It doesn't have to be a bug with xephem (the code) at all, but with the build procedure, which apparently can have a lot of breakage going to Xcode 10. Of course it could be that. My point was to not make assumptions, and start by contacting

Re: libgcc8 build failure (stage comparison) on Snow Leopard

2018-09-03 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, libgcc8 builds just fine on 10.6 with its default variants. Its difficult to say if your issue is due to your use of the universal variant (do you *really* need to build everything with this ??) or something else on your system. Note, your error is quite similar to that in

Re: libgcc8 build failure (stage comparison) on Snow Leopard

2018-09-03 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, I just build libgcc8 +universal just fine in my OSX 10.6 VM. So again whatever your issue is it is specific to your setup in some way, sorry. Chris On 03/09/18 10:06, Chris Jones wrote: Hi, libgcc8 builds just fine on 10.6 with its default variants. Its difficult to say if your issue

Re: MacPorts install package for Mojave?

2018-09-26 Thread Chris Jones
On 26/09/18 16:10, Murray Eisenberg wrote: Is a “pkg” installer for Mojave available anywhere yet? no. see https://www.macports.org/install.php If not, is it safe and advisable to use the procedure described at

Re: `port install' from github tarball fails

2018-09-25 Thread Chris Jones
On 25/09/18 10:35, Mojca Miklavec wrote: Dear Werner, Lion does not properly support HTTPS. You might need to recompile MacPorts from source to link against a version of libcurl with full SSL support. ... or update your OS. Lion is now pretty out of date. See for example:

Re: User information about macOS Mojave

2018-09-27 Thread Chris Jones
On 27/09/18 10:00, Ces VLC wrote: On Wed, Sep 19, 2018 at 7:54 PM Ryan Schmidt > wrote: [...] > Mojave requires Xcode 10 which contains only the 10.14 SDK. Is it really required? Is it not possible to use Xcode 9.4.1 on Mojave? (I'm asking because I

Re: Anyone running X11 apps on Mojave?

2018-12-03 Thread Chris Jones
> On 3 Dec 2018, at 9:59 am, Russell Jones > wrote: > > >> On 01/12/2018 15:05, Christopher Jones wrote: >> >>> On 26 Nov 2018, at 9:36 am, Dr M J Carter >>> wrote: >>> >>> On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 11:58:16AM +, Christopher Jones wrote: >>> Note that the version of Xquartz from

Re: yelp fails to build on Mojave

2018-11-17 Thread Chris Jones
> On 17 Nov 2018, at 4:41 pm, Carlo Tambuatco wrote: > > yelp (a dependency of gnucash) fails to build on macOS Mojave. > > Log file is attached. > > Don't know if a ticket on this is filed yet... Then take a look and submit one if need be. https://trac.macports.org/wiki/Tickets Mails to

Re: Wine-devel build failed

2019-01-10 Thread Chris Jones
Please submit bug reports via Trac, not the user mailing list. https://trac.macports.org/wiki/Tickets > On 10 Jan 2019, at 6:35 pm, Giuseppe Di Matteo via macports-users > wrote: > > The wine-level install failed at xattr dependency build. > High Sierra (10.13.6). Xcode 10.1 MacPorts 2.5.4 >

Re: Python/boost problem

2019-01-08 Thread Chris Jones
Hi, What variants are you using ? Are they different to the defaults ? Note variants can change over time so even if you did not original use any non default variants, you might now be doing so. I would suggest forcibly removing the port in question, then reinstall it from scratch using

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