sudo port upgrade outdated

Frank J. R. Hanstick trog24 at
Wed Apr 29 00:56:30 PDT 2009

	Evolution-data-server installed under the guidelines provided.  Is  
anyone in a discussion with the developers of evolution-data-server  
to correct this oversight because I do not know of too many people  
who uninstall before upgrading and I do not think evolution-data- 
server is so perfect that it would never need to be upgraded.  This  
would not be a problem just with MacPorts; but, everyone who wishes  
to upgrade an already installed evolution-data server.

On Apr 28, 2009, at 10:26 PM, David Evans wrote:

> Frank J. R. Hanstick wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Just a report to keep you updated on how upgrading went.  The  
>> following successfully upgraded:  pango, gtk2, popt, libproxy,  
>> gnome-platform-suite (following the new installations of:   
>> libgweather, libical, libarchive, and gvfs), lcms, libcanberra,  
>> metis, and python26.  libcanberra had failed to upgrade in earlier  
>> attempts.  The following still failed:
>> evolution-data-server (new port file displayed prior to the  
>> attempt) with the following error message:
>> /usr/bin/gcc-4.0 -dynamiclib  -o ../.libs/libgdraw. 
>> 4.0.7.dylib  .libs/choosericons.o .libs/ctlvalues.o .libs/ 
>> drawboxborder.o .libs/gaskdlg.o .libs/gbuttons.o .libs/ 
>> gcolor.o .libs/gchardlg.o .libs/gcontainer.o .libs/gdraw.o .libs/ 
>> gdrawbuildchars.o .libs/gdrawerror.o .libs/gdrawtxt.o .libs/ 
>> gdrawtxtinit.o .libs/gfilechooser.o .libs/gfiledlg.o .libs/ 
>> ggadgets.o .libs/ggroupbox.o .libs/gimageclut.o .libs/ 
>> gimagecvt.o .libs/gimagepsdraw.o .libs/gimagewriteeps.o .libs/ 
>> gdrawgimage.o .libs/gimagexdraw.o .libs/gkeysym.o .libs/ 
>> glist.o .libs/gmenu.o .libs/gprogress.o .libs/gpsdraw.o .libs/ 
>> gpstxtinit.o .libs/gradio.o .libs/gresource.o .libs/ 
>> gresourceimage.o .libs/gresedit.o .libs/gsavefiledlg.o .libs/ 
>> gscrollbar.o .libs/gtabset.o .libs/gtextfield.o .libs/ 
>> gtextinfo.o .libs/gwidgets.o .libs/gxdraw.o .libs/gxcdraw.o .libs/ 
>> ghvbox.o .libs/gmatrixedit.o .libs/gdrawable.o .libs/ 
>> gspacer.o .libs/xkeysyms_unicode.o  -L/opt/local/lib -L/usr/local/ 
>> lib ../.libs/libgutils.dylib /opt/local/lib/ 
>> libgunicode.dylib ../.libs/libgunicode.dylib /opt/local/lib/ 
>> libiconv.dylib -lpthread -L/usr/X11R6/lib /opt/local/lib/ 
>> libSM.dylib /opt/local/lib/libICE.dylib /opt/local/lib/ 
>> libXi.dylib /opt/local/lib/libXext.dylib /opt/local/lib/ 
>> libXau.dylib /opt/local/lib/libXdmcp.dylib /opt/local/lib/ 
>> libX11.dylib /opt/local/lib/libxkbui.dylib /opt/local/lib/ 
>> libXt.dylib /opt/local/lib/libxkbfile.dylib  -Wl,/System/Library/ 
>> Frameworks/CoreServices.framework/CoreServices -Wl,/System/Library/ 
>> Frameworks/Carbon.framework/Carbon -install_name  /opt/local/lib/ 
>> libgdraw.4.dylib -compatibility_version 5 -current_version 5.7 - 
>> Wl,-single_module
>> ld: Undefined symbols:
>> _utf8_strchr
>> /usr/libexec/gcc/powerpc-apple-darwin8/4.0.1/libtool: internal  
>> link edit command failed
>> make[1]: *** [../] Error 1
>> make: *** [libgdraw] Error 2
>> along with qemu and textlive_base.
>> Frank J. R. Hanstick
>> trog24 at <mailto:trog24 at>
> The developers of evolution-data-server apparently never  
> contemplated the MacPorts upgrade scenario, that is, building a new  
> copy
> while the old copy is still installed -- because of the way the  
> link command is ordered, it will link against the old libraries in  
> preference
> to the new ones if they exist.
> So instead of upgrading evolution-data-server  try this
> sudo port deactivate evolution-data-server
> sudo port install evolution-data-server
> It's a work around but it may help.  If not please file a ticket.
> Dave

Frank J. R. Hanstick
trog24 at

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