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Re: info about openbsd 3.3 and mysql 4.0.17
On Thu, Feb 12, 2004 at 09:16:29PM +0100, Andrea Riela wrote:
> > the distinfo, but after download I receive some error
> > messages about patches not applyed.
> observe# make
> ===> mysql-client-4.0.17 depends on: gmake-3.80 - found
> ===> mysql-client-4.0.17 depends on: metaauto-0.1 - found
> ===> mysql-client-4.0.17 depends on: autoconf-2.52p0 - found
> ===> Checking files for mysql-client-4.0.17
> `/usr/ports/distfiles/mysql-4.0.17.tar.gz' is up to date.
> >> No sha1 checksum recorded for mysql-4.0.17.tar.gz.
> >> No rmd160 checksum recorded for mysql-4.0.17.tar.gz.
> >> Checksum OK for mysql-4.0.17.tar.gz. (md5)
> ===> Extracting for mysql-client-4.0.17
> ===> Patching for mysql-client-4.0.17
> 3 out of 5 hunks failed--saving rejects to configure.in.rej
> ***> patch-configure_in did not apply cleanly
when this has happened to me, it seems that my port directory
in question has cruft from previous revisions of the port.
for your situation, you mention changing the Makefile and distinfo
-- but not the rest of the dir. i have -current on this system
and it has mysql 4.0.17. i did a
$ cd /usr && cvs get -rOPENBSD_3_3 ports/databases/mysql
and the version is 3.23.57. it smells like you have Makefile
and distinfo from -current and everything else ( patches/ and
perhaps pkg/ ) from 3.3.
if you want to try to compile the port from -current, you should
perhaps rm -rf your ports/databases/mysql dir, and then
$ cd /usr && cvs -firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs get -rHEAD ports/databases/mysql
( use 'openbsd' for the password )
or something similar.
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