Problem configuring libcaca

Tom Gederberg tgederberg at
Wed Mar 4 05:54:09 PST 2015

I’m on Yosemite.

I always do a “sudo port -v selfupdate” followed by “sudo port -v upgrade outdated”. 

I just did a “sudo port clean libcaca” and started it again.  It is again hanging up at the same place (though it has only been hung for a few minutes - I’ll let it go and see if it gets any further).


> On Mar 3, 2015, at 11:19 PM, Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at> wrote:
> On Mar 3, 2015, at 8:28 PM, Tom Gederberg wrote:
>> Yesterday and today I tried upgrading MacPorts and both days it stopped at the same location (/opt/local/bin/glibtooize).  I let it go for over 24 hours but nothing happens.
>> Any ideas.
>> $ sudo port -v upgrade outdated
>> Password:
>> --->  Computing dependencies for libcaca.
>> --->  Configuring libcaca
>> autoreconf: Entering directory `.'
>> autoreconf: not using Gettext
>> autoreconf: running: /opt/local/bin/aclocal --force 
>> autoreconf: tracing
>> autoreconf: running: /opt/local/bin/glibtoolize --copy --force
> This wasn't a clean attempt. Always clean and try again when you encounter a problem; it may fix the problem: "sudo port clean libcaca"
> If that doesn't help, what system are you on? The port builds fine for me on Yosemite.
> I did commit a couple fixes to this port last week. Make sure you've run "sudo port selfupdate" since then so that you have those fixes.

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