[MacPorts] #58828: (gnutls, 10.9.1) Failed to build gnutls: command execution failed

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#58828: (gnutls,10.9.1) Failed to build gnutls: command execution failed
  Reporter:  mrkapqa  |      Owner:  Schamschula
      Type:  defect   |     Status:  assigned
  Priority:  Normal   |  Milestone:
 Component:  ports    |    Version:  2.5.4
Resolution:           |   Keywords:  mavericks
      Port:  gnutls   |
Changes (by ryandesign):

 * owner:  (none) => Schamschula
 * status:  new => assigned


 Installing a port also activates it, meaning it places its files on your
 disk. Activating a port that is already installed and active does nothing.

 You should not attempt to force activate a port unless you know exactly
 why you are doing it and you are prepared to accept the consequences.

 The `-f` flag and other single-letter flags do nothing unless placed
 between the word `port` and the subcommand. (To force activate (which
 again I do not recommend) you would have needed `sudo port -f activate

 Just installing a compiler port does not automatically cause it to be used
 to build other ports. If a port needs a compiler that's provided by a
 port, it will install it for you.

 The log says the problem was:

 :info:build Undefined symbols for architecture x86_64:
 :info:build   "___get_cpuid_count", referenced from:
 :info:build       _register_x86_crypto in libaccelerated.a(x86-common.o)
 :info:build ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64
 :info:build clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v
 to see invocation)

 This could have been a problem with an older compiler not providing this
 function. If your command line tools were older than Xcode 5.1.1, that
 could explain it. Make sure you install the latest command line tools to
 match your Xcode version. We should update this port's blacklist so that
 older compilers that don't have this function don't get used.

 If you're really running OS X 10.9.1, please update to 10.9.5 plus the
 latest security update.

Ticket URL: <https://trac.macports.org/ticket/58828#comment:3>
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