[MacPorts] egall modified

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Sun Jul 20 11:51:48 PDT 2014

Page "egall" was changed by egall at gwmail.gwu.edu
Diff URL: <https://trac.macports.org/wiki/egall?action=diff&version=19>
Revision 19
Comment: cross off some TODO items for which I have found/created tickets, and add some new ones
Index: egall
--- egall (version: 18)
+++ egall (version: 19)
@@ -99,19 +99,19 @@
  - chmsee (depends on firefox-x11, which no longer exists in trunk - [https://lists.macosforge.org/pipermail/macports-dev/2014-June/026868.html brought up on mailing lists], at least)
  - ~~swig-clisp~~ (clisp is i386, swig-clisp is x86_64 - I guess that makes it an example of #34891 - added a comment saying so: [comment:ticket:34891:6])
  - ~~gcl~~ (found #12906 and #40468, mine was probably the same as one of those)
- - postgresql81 +krb5+perl+python
- - samba3 +kerberos+openldap
- - sudo +insults+openldap
- - mapnik +cairo+gdal+osm+postgis+sqlite (the `+cairo` variant in particular is what I think is the issue... also the `scons`-based build system ignores stuff.)
+ - ~~postgresql81 +krb5+perl+python~~ (many tickets open against the various postgresql ports; found #44120 open against postgresql81 specifically)
+ - ~~samba3 +kerberos+openldap~~ (found the following tickets open against samba3: #30951, #34572, and #39997. None of them are really build errors though...)
+ - ~~sudo +insults+openldap~~ (found #21314, #40644, and #40959. None of them are really build errors though...)
+ - ~~mapnik +cairo+gdal+osm+postgis+sqlite (the `+cairo` variant in particular is what I think is the issue... also the `scons`-based build system ignores stuff.)~~ (found #30187, #32452, #35323, #37995, and #38417; I think #36134 in particular is the issue I was experiencing though)
  - gob1 (not actually broken, just installs /opt/local/share/aclocal/gob.m4 which produces underquoted macro warnings when autoreconfing)
- - libmemcached +dtrace+hsieh
+ - libmemcached +dtrace+hsieh (found tickets for other memcached ports, but '''not''' this one though...)
  - gnome-vfs +avahi (just the post-activate gconf schemas installation)
- - linuxdoc-tools
+ - ~~linuxdoc-tools~~ (found #42988, which is the same issue)
  - astyle +java+lib
  - cl-ppcre +asdf_binary_locations+sbcl (just requires some manual interaction at one point)
- - cssc (due to texinfo5)
+ - ~~cssc (due to texinfo5)~~ requested that the port be updated in #44352; hopefully updating it will also fix the build issues I was seeing...
  - ~~docbook-utils~~ (found #43750; might have been something older than that though)
- - cm3 (and, by extension, cvsup) (cm3's distfile is bad)
+ - ~~cm3 (and, by extension, cvsup) (cm3's distfile is bad)~~ found #26676, which looks like the same issue
  - cvsync +universal (unrecognized --disable-dependency-tracking flag)
  - libctl (needs variants for newer versions of gcc)
  - libchloride
@@ -154,12 +154,14 @@
  - gnuregex +universal is not actually universal
  - new ports needed for new optional dependencies of gdb: libmcheck (hard to disentangle from glibc) and [https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/raring/+source/babeltrace/1.0.3-1 libbabeltrace] (seems (slightly) easier to port)
  - QLStephen
- - libcdr +docs+universal (pedantic warning-turned-to-error in /opt/local/include/lcms2.h (`-Wlong-long`))
+ - ~~libcdr +docs+universal (pedantic warning-turned-to-error in /opt/local/include/lcms2.h (`-Wlong-long`))~~ turned out to be #43487
  - ike-scan @1.9 +universal (rev-upgrade reports it as broken)
  - libsvg-cairo @0.1.6 (rev-upgrade reports it as broken)
  - postgis2 @2.1.2 +gui+postgresql92+raster+topology+universal (rev-upgrade reports it as broken)
  - pretty much all of the fuse ports I have installed with `+universal`, because the switch to osxfuse removed the universal variant (already on CC for a bunch of fuse issues)
  - dvi2bitmap
+ - icoutils ("`/opt/local/bin/ranlib: archive member: libcommon.a(libgnu.a) fat file for cputype (16777223) cpusubtype (3) is not an object file (bad magic number)`")
+ - ~~javatar~~ depends on gnu-classpath, which runs into #38113
  - ...
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