Make file problem
baldrik at lords.com
Mon Jun 4 12:01:01 PDT 2007
Hmm yes I did change sources.conf while trying to get macports to
work though the proxy at work. I gave up, a month ago. Interestingly
this global change only affected a few ports.
Thanks for the help I expect the problem will disappear now.
Is there a way to use macports though a proxy?
On 05/06/2007, at 4:44 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Jun 4, 2007, at 11:41, Geoff Gillett wrote:
>> Error: Target com.apple.destroot returned: shell command " cd "/
>> 873_dpupdate_dports_devel_ncursesw/work/ncurses-5.6" && make
>> install DESTDIR=/opt/local/var/db/dports/build/
>> 873_dpupdate_dports_devel_ncursesw/work/destroot " returned error 2
>> Command output: cd man && make DESTDIR="/opt/local/var/db/dports/
>> 873_dpupdate_dports_devel_ncursesw/work/destroot" install
>> Makefile:54: *** target pattern contains no `%'. Stop.
>> make: *** [install] Error 2
>> I am running OSX 10.4.9 on ppc and have run selfupdate. This error
>> has been happening for well over a month I get the same error with
>> freetype (Makefile:54: *** target pattern contains no `%'. ) and I
>> think a few other ports. I have done full cleans.
> I haven't heard of this problem before... I have no problem
> installing ncursesw or freetype on 10.4.9 on PowerPC or Intel.
> Do you have the latest version of Xcode, 2.4.1? If not, get it from
> Apple Developer Connection.
> Searching for this error on Google I get this message:
> It seems that this error can occur if your path contains a colon,
> and it looks like yours does:
> We need to get that colon out of there. How did it get there? Did
> you change your rsync definition in /opt/local/etc/ports/
> sources.conf to include a colon and the port number? If so, remove
> that again.
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