/opt/local/lib/libgcc_s.1.dylib, binutils, llvm-gcc42

Darren Weber dweber at macports.org
Wed Dec 16 16:10:50 PST 2009

There seem to be many ports that build and install


One potential consequence is failure for installations or upgrades.  For

$ sudo port install llvm-gcc42
--->  Computing dependencies for llvm-gcc42
--->  Activating llvm-gcc42 @2.6_0+darwin+darwin_i386
Error: Unable to execute port: Image error: /opt/local/lib/libiberty.a is
being used by the active binutils port.  Please deactivate this port first,
or use 'port -f activate llvm-gcc42' to force the activation.

Is it possible and desirable to have a single port to control the
libiberty.a and have all other ports depend on it?  (This probably requires
ways to switch off the build of libiberty.a in the config for various ports
like binutils, gcc stuff, etc.).

Take care,
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