Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-24 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Fri, 24 Jun 2011 08:03:04 -0400, Todd Goodman wrote: What seems strange then is that if everyone keeps telling Dale that he most likely doesn't need cantor and R then why is R enabled in the profile by default? Because if you do need cantor, it works best with R. But the point is that he

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Mike Edenfield
On 6/22/2011 2:35 PM, Dale wrote: When I did that, it complained that cantor was built with no backend. Did you get the same thing? It said this here: WARN (postinst) You have decided to build cantor with no backend. To have this application functional, please do one of below

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Dale
Mike Edenfield wrote: On 6/22/2011 2:35 PM, Dale wrote: When I did that, it complained that cantor was built with no backend. Did you get the same thing? It said this here: WARN (postinst) You have decided to build cantor with no backend. To have this application functional, please do

Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-24 Thread Mike Edenfield
On 6/24/2011 8:03 AM, Todd Goodman wrote: * Mike Edenfieldkut...@kutulu.org [110623 18:34]: It's one package (cantor) that has one dependency (R) that is optional (USE=-R) that falls squarely into the if you aren't sure if you need it then you probably don't category. So for most users

Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-24 Thread Todd Goodman
* Mike Edenfield kut...@kutulu.org [110624 08:25]: On 6/24/2011 8:03 AM, Todd Goodman wrote: * Mike Edenfieldkut...@kutulu.org [110623 18:34]: It's one package (cantor) that has one dependency (R) that is optional (USE=-R) that falls squarely into the if you aren't sure if you need

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Dale
Todd Goodman wrote: * Dalerdalek1...@gmail.com [110622 14:45]: When I did that, it complained that cantor was built with no backend. Did you get the same thing? It said this here: WARN (postinst) You have decided to build cantor with no backend. To have this application functional

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Todd Goodman
* Dale rdalek1...@gmail.com [110622 17:40]: Todd Goodman wrote: * Dalerdalek1...@gmail.com [110622 14:45]: When I did that, it complained that cantor was built with no backend. Did you get the same thing? It said this here: WARN (postinst) You have decided to build cantor

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Mike Edenfield
On 6/23/2011 1:04 AM, Dale wrote: Mike Edenfield wrote: On 6/22/2011 2:35 PM, Dale wrote: You have decided to build cantor with no backend. To have this application functional, please do one of below: # emerge -va1 '='kde-base/cantor-4.6.4 with 'R' USE flag enabled # emerge -vaDu

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Dale
Mike Edenfield wrote: On 6/23/2011 1:04 AM, Dale wrote: Mike Edenfield wrote: On 6/22/2011 2:35 PM, Dale wrote: You have decided to build cantor with no backend. To have this application functional, please do one of below: # emerge -va1 '='kde-base/cantor-4.6.4

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Wed, 22 Jun 2011 16:34:35 -0500, Dale wrote: root@fireball / # eix cantor [I] kde-base/cantor Available versions: (4) 4.6.2{tbz2} 4.6.3{tbz2} (~)4.6.4{tbz2} {+R aqua debug +handbook kdeenablefinal kdeprefix ps} Installed versions: 4.6.4(4){tbz2}(01:24:34 PM 06/22

Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-24 Thread Todd Goodman
it's only packages that are pulled in by kdeedu-meta. Do you need all those? It's one package (cantor) that has one dependency (R) that is optional (USE=-R) that falls squarely into the if you aren't sure if you need it then you probably don't category. So for most users, no, you don't

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Todd Goodman
. ;-) Thanks. Dale :-) :-) When I did that, it complained that cantor was built with no backend. Did you get the same thing? It said this here: WARN (postinst) You have decided to build cantor with no backend. To have this application functional, please do one of below

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-26 Thread Mike Edenfield
) no matching entries found root@fireball / # Thing is, I switched it back and programs on here now need fortran to build. So, euse is not reporting it but R and Cantor won't build without fortran. Basically, euse should also report R and cantor

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-26 Thread Michael Schreckenbauer
-4.4.5 local use flags (searching: fortran) no matching entries found root@fireball / # Thing is, I know a couple packages use it on this rig because I just had to recompile them. Cantor and R are two that I recall

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Neil Bothwick
got WXYZ because of dependencies. It's not that I want them, it's that portage needs them to make a package that I do want happy. This reminds me of the six of one or half a dozen of the other. This may be nine of one tho. lol My question was why are you installing cantor if you don't

Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Mike Edenfield
you need all those? It's one package (cantor) that has one dependency (R) that is optional (USE=-R) that falls squarely into the if you aren't sure if you need it then you probably don't category. So for most users, no, you don't need to build gcc with fortran. Dale's just playing it safe, I

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Dale
which pulls in sci-libs/blas-reference-20070226 which then craps out since I don't have the fortran use flag enabled. My solution is to force -R in make.conf Let me make a note of that, in make.conf of course. ;-) Thanks. Dale :-) :-) When I did that, it complained that cantor was built

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Dale
Neil Bothwick wrote: On Wed, 22 Jun 2011 16:34:35 -0500, Dale wrote: root@fireball / # eix cantor [I] kde-base/cantor Available versions: (4) 4.6.2{tbz2} 4.6.3{tbz2} (~)4.6.4{tbz2} {+R aqua debug +handbook kdeenablefinal kdeprefix ps} Installed versions: 4.6.4(4

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Dale
installing cantor if you don't need it? You don't use it, you don't need it, it drags in a bunch of dependencies that require other packages to install more files too, yet you still want it there. Hint: I don't have cantor installed and the sky hasn't fallen in, at least not yet. Oh, I see

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-26 Thread Dale
) no matching entries found root@fireball / # Thing is, I know a couple packages use it on this rig because I just had to recompile them. Cantor and R are two that I recall. Maybe it is because it is not a option in the list? The USE flag

Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-24 Thread Mark Knecht
On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 6:38 AM, Todd Goodman t...@bonedaddy.net wrote: * Mike Edenfield kut...@kutulu.org [110624 08:25]: On 6/24/2011 8:03 AM, Todd Goodman wrote: * Mike Edenfieldkut...@kutulu.org  [110623 18:34]: It's one package (cantor) that has one dependency (R) that is optional

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Mike Edenfield
trying to pull in R once before. $ /etc/portage/package/use/kde kde-base/cantor -R

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Thu, 23 Jun 2011 05:49:45 -0500, Dale wrote: My question was why are you installing cantor if you don't need it? Oh, I see. It was pulled in by kde-meta. I know I can have KDE other ways but it is much easier to emerge kde-meta than to emerge some huge amount of packages . If you

Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Thu, 23 Jun 2011 18:54:14 -0400, Mike Edenfield wrote: It's one package (cantor) that has one dependency (R) that is optional (USE=-R) that falls squarely into the if you aren't sure if you need it then you probably don't category. So for most users, no, you don't need to build gcc

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-24 Thread Dale
Michael Schreckenbauer wrote: cantor uses R as default backend. R uses fortran. And yes, that's because of its speed, when it comes to mathematics and numerics. Michael I put it back like it was. Heck, if I don't, something else will need it later on and portage will puke on my

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Dale
Neil Bothwick wrote: On Thu, 23 Jun 2011 05:49:45 -0500, Dale wrote: My question was why are you installing cantor if you don't need it? Oh, I see. It was pulled in by kde-meta. I know I can have KDE other ways but it is much easier to emerge kde-meta than to emerge some

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-23 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Thursday 23 June 2011 13:09:53 Neil Bothwick did opine thusly: On Thu, 23 Jun 2011 05:49:45 -0500, Dale wrote: My question was why are you installing cantor if you don't need it? Oh, I see. It was pulled in by kde-meta. I know I can have KDE other ways but it is much easier

Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-24 Thread Mike Edenfield
On 6/23/2011 8:31 PM, Neil Bothwick wrote: On Thu, 23 Jun 2011 18:54:14 -0400, Mike Edenfield wrote: It's one package (cantor) that has one dependency (R) that is optional (USE=-R) that falls squarely into the if you aren't sure if you need it then you probably don't category. So for most

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-25 Thread Mike Edenfield
had a non-working cantor and no fortran compiler before and just didn't notice :) --Mike

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-26 Thread Dale
is, I know a couple packages use it on this rig because I just had to recompile them. Cantor and R are two that I recall. Maybe it is because it is not a option in the list? The USE flag that is. Dale :-) :-)

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-24 Thread Michael Schreckenbauer
. Regards, Michael I just wonder if that is why Cantor was set up to use fortran by default. Not because it is smaller, requires a few less package but that it is what it is designed to run off of. It may well work with something else but not as fast, not as good or something else we don't know

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-26 Thread Dale
means you most likely had a non-working cantor and no fortran compiler before and just didn't notice :) --Mike My understanding, USE flag was there and had been for a long time, got changed, this thread was started, discussion was had, USE flag was put back the way it was. So actually

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-26 Thread Michael Schreckenbauer
) no matching entries found root@fireball / # Thing is, I know a couple packages use it on this rig because I just had to recompile them. Cantor and R are two that I recall. Maybe it is because it is not a option in the list? The USE flag that is. Iirc you had problems

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-24 Thread Dale
programs, that need them. Why not enable fortran, even if it's only optional, to get the best of the available implementations? In the end it's only one programming language more installed on your system. Regards, Michael I just wonder if that is why Cantor was set up to use fortran

Re: [gentoo-user] Two gcc versions installed

2010-06-09 Thread Alex Schuster
-lang/R-2.11.1 needs libgfortran.so.3 * dev-lang/gdl-0.9_rc4 needs libgomp.so.1 * dev-libs/beecrypt-4.2.1 needs libgomp.so.1 * kde-base/cantor-4.4.4 needs libgfortran.so.3 * kde-base/libkdcraw-4.4.4 needs libgomp.so.1 * media-gfx/imagemagick-6.6.1.7 needs libgomp.so.1

Re: [gentoo-user] Two gcc versions installed

2010-06-09 Thread William Kenworthy
libgomp.so.1 * dev-libs/beecrypt-4.2.1 needs libgomp.so.1 * kde-base/cantor-4.4.4 needs libgfortran.so.3 * kde-base/libkdcraw-4.4.4 needs libgomp.so.1 * media-gfx/imagemagick-6.6.1.7 needs libgomp.so.1 * media-sound/sox-14.3.1 needs libgomp.so.1 * media-video/transcode

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