Cannot build libb2
dave at horsfall.org
Wed Dec 15 20:25:45 UTC 2021
On Fri, 10 Dec 2021, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> The "-arch x86_64 -arch i386" in the log does seem to indicate MacPorts
> is doing a universal build. The ways that could happen:
> * You specified +universal on the command line
> * You specified +universal in variants.conf
> * You installed a port that, because it does not support your machine's
> native architecture, requires its dependencies to be installed
Could be; how do I tell which variants were used by what?
> If libb2 does not build universal, then that is certainly something we
> should fix. A bug has already been filed about it:
Thanks; I'll try the suggested fix, but...
> If you want to explore why libb2 is building universal when you don't
> intend that, show us what command you ran and the output. Specifically,
> we'd want to know which port you are trying to install or upgrade when
> libb2 gets build universal.
It was no more than my weekly "port selfupdate; port upgrade outdated"
Looks like I forgot to run it under "script", but when I tried again it
now mysteriously works, so I dunno... Chalk it up to a "heisenbug", I
guess (I hate those).
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