ryandesign at macports.org
Thu Jun 17 13:04:24 PDT 2010
On Jun 17, 2010, at 14:50, Joshua Root wrote:
> On 2010-6-18 05:45 , Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Jun 17, 2010, at 14:29, Joshua Root wrote:
>>> On 2010-6-18 05:14 , Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>>> You made the changes described in UsingTheRightCompiler to discover when ports are not using the configure.cc etc. variables. You have now discovered that MacPorts itself does not use configure.cc when selfupdating. See:
>>>> That ticket says this was supposed to have been fixed.... If it's not, the ticket should be re-opened.
>>>> Until it's fixed, you will need to undo the changes described in UsingTheRightCompiler in order to proceed. (I generally just edit the binpath and change /opt/local/bin/no_default_gcc by one character, e.g. change it to /opt/local/bin/no_default_gccx (a path that doesn't exist) so that when I later want to re-enable it again I just have to change one character to do so.
>>> The base configure script removes $prefix from its PATH. When it's
>>> running from within MacPorts, 'gcc' *is* the right compiler for it to
>>> use, so #23095 is a complete non-issue unless you've messed with
>>> extra_env (unsupported) or actually changed what /usr/bin/gcc points to
>>> (also unsupported).
>> Well it doesn't seem to remove "/opt/local/bin/no_default_gcc" from the path (nor would I expect it to),
> Exactly. Doing precisely what you asked it to.
Yes exactly. So #23095 is completely the relevant ticket, since it causes selfupdate to not use "gcc" anymore but to use the specific appropriate compiler.
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