n.oxyde at gmail.com
Sun Apr 22 10:24:02 PDT 2007
Le 22 avr. 07 à 19:11, Yves de Champlain a écrit :
> I can't talk for everybody but I know that :
> 1- It once helped gnome-panel and inkscape to not crash at startup
> (this is now fixed)
> 2- Removing it from the aspell port will make EVERY GNUstep ports
> crash at startup
> 3- Removing it from the denemo port triggers some odd behaviours
> and does not work anyway.
> 4- cross/avr-gdb/Portfile:# without --disable-nls the build process
> also breaks
> So much portfiles ... Um, that leaves about 25 ports out of 3887
> with 10 of them being gcc ports
Well... these seems to be a very good reason.
"So much portfiles" were in fact nano and coreutils', I've removed --
disable-nls and try to install them: that works.
This disabling should be done on a case by case basis, no?
PS : Sorry Yves for the first mail, I've forgotten to put the ml
address in the cc header.
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