help with installing/updating "gettext" & other files in 64-bit snow leopard architecture
Faddah Steve Yuetsu Wolf
my_biz at me.com
Wed Aug 4 21:38:18 PDT 2010
i'm on a 27" iMac w/ the intel quad core i7 2.8 GHz processor, and the latest Mac OS X 10.6.4 (snow leopard) which is installed as 64-bit (that's important, as you will see in a moment).
i'm trying to set up my mac so it can install a build of the new open source drizzle database. they say in their build/install documents (see —> http://drizzle.org/wiki/Compiling/MacOS_X), i first have to set up MacPorts. they then suggest you to do a "sudo port -v upgrade outdated" in the process. when i do, i get this —>
---> Configuring gettext
Error: You cannot install gettext for the architecture(s) x86_64 because
Error: its dependency expat only contains the architecture(s) i386.
Error: Did you upgrade to a new version of Mac OS X? If so, please see
Error: Target org.macports.configure returned: incompatible architectures in dependencies
Log for gettext is at: /opt/local/var/macports/logs/_opt_local_var_macports_sources_rsync.macports.org_release_ports_devel_gettext/main.log
Error: Unable to upgrade port: 1
To report a bug, see <http://guide.macports.org/#project.tickets>
do you know what i should do at this point? is there a 64-bit version of "gettext" i can reference instead, and if so, how do i do that? i looked at the page for http://trac.macports.org/wiki/Migration , and am in the process of trying that. i even tried the experimental "reinstall ports" script, which seemed to be going ok most of the way through until it hit "pkgconfig," then i got —>
port deactivate failed: Registry error: pkgconfig not registered as installed & active.
(file "./restore_ports.tcl" line 259)
... so now i'm finishing off my list of installed files manually, one by one, with the "+universal" switch.
so what next? any suggestions as to why this is happening? i swear, all i did was run the MacPorts 1.9.1 pkg installer off the downloadable dmg from the MacPorts site. i never messed on command line with "expat" or anything else. i was only running "sudo port -v upgrade outdated" in MacPorts because that was one of the steps in the instructions for the build/install of the drizzle db on mac os x (see —> http://drizzle.org/wiki/Compiling/MacOS_X).
if you could please help here, or direct me where to go, i'd really appreciate it. i just want to get drizzle installed, but won't be able to if i keep running into these difs between 64-bit & i386.
— faddah steve yuetsu wolf
503-449-0531 - iPhone
my_biz at me.com
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