Yves de Champlain | 1 Jun 01:47 2004

dist_subdir

Hi

I have a hard time with this line in portfetch.tcl [63] :

default dist_subdir {${portname}}

because it makes it very hard to use any existing distfiles directory
while it only changes a clutter of files for a clutter of directories 
...
and all I have is a 56k modem so recycling is good

I don't mind having a "portable" clutter but this could be a good 
compromise :

default dist_subdir {[ lindex $categories 0 ]}

or maybe something similar because I'm not very good with tcl

just my 2 cents anyway

yves
tony | 1 Jun 04:16 2004

need to activate ffmpegx for osex dvd ripping

hi
i need

mpeg2enc    from http://mjpeg.sourceforge.net/MacOS/
mencoder     from 
http://prdownloads.sf.net/mplayerosx/ffmpegxbinaries.sit
mplayer         from 
http://prdownloads.sf.net/mplayerosx/ffmpegxbinaries.sit

for activation of   ffmpegx
but how do i set it all up using panther osx
please can any one help please
Paul Guyot | 1 Jun 07:53 2004
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Re: Heads up: State of Images

À (At) 0:11 +0200 1/06/04, Paul Guyot écrivait (wrote) :
>>Real issues
>>
>>1. port contents on existing ports with upgraded receipts only 
>>displays the first entry it seems
>>
>>Example:
>>
>>port contents libmng
>>Port libmng contains:
>>   /opt/local/include/libmng.h 501 80 33188 165615 {MD5 
>>(/opt/local/include/libmng.h) = 4d601a7c5e506444203f6d3fadf62db2}
>
>OK. Conversion code probably is broken considering contents (which is bad).
>I'll have a look tomorrow once I'll have finished to download a big 
>DP tree to test it.

Both issues were fixed. I somewhat got confused in the use of regexp 
(one day, maybe, I'll stop doing all these Tcl beginner mistakes).

I didn't understand your "one at a time" problem. I guess you 
referred to the fact that port installed wouldn't convert more than 
one port. It was a bug that I also fixed.

Additionally, conversion is much stronger. The conversion routine 
will warn you in case of conflicts (conflicts are not tolerated by 
Images code but are by HEAD code). It will even warn you about files 
that are in port contents and do not exist.

Besides, port contents <port name> now will convert port named <port 
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Felix Kronlage | 1 Jun 11:00 2004

Re: dist_subdir


On Jun 1, 2004, at 01:47, Yves de Champlain wrote:

> I have a hard time with this line in portfetch.tcl [63] :
>
> default dist_subdir {${portname}}
>
> because it makes it very hard to use any existing distfiles directory
> while it only changes a clutter of files for a clutter of directories 
> ...
> and all I have is a 56k modem so recycling is good
>
> I don't mind having a "portable" clutter but this could be a good 
> compromise :
>
> default dist_subdir {[ lindex $categories 0 ]}

nobody prevents you from changing that line locally in your 
installation.

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Daniel J. Luke | 1 Jun 15:49 2004
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Re: Link errors trying to build subversion 1.0.4

On May 31, 2004, at 3:57 PM, Ryan Wilcox wrote:
> ld: Undefined symbols:
> _svn_utf__cstring_is_valid
> _svn_utf__is_valid
> _svn_utf__last_valid
> _svn_utf__last_valid2
>
> Has anybody else seen this issue? Darwinports had to fetch 
> subversion-1.0.4 from
> the server, so it should be OK source... anybody have any ideas?

Please try and uninstall subversion first, ie:

sudo port uninstall subversion
port clean subversion
sudo port install subversion

if that doesn't work, I would appreciate it if you could email me the 
output from sudo port -d -v install subversion.

Thanks!
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Matt Anton | 1 Jun 16:55 2004

Re: need to activate ffmpegx for osex dvd ripping


Le 1 juin 04, à 04:16, tony a écrit :

> hi

Hi,

> i need
>
> mpeg2enc    from http://mjpeg.sourceforge.net/MacOS/
> mencoder     from 
> http://prdownloads.sf.net/mplayerosx/ffmpegxbinaries.sit
> mplayer         from 
> http://prdownloads.sf.net/mplayerosx/ffmpegxbinaries.sit
>
>
> for activation of   ffmpegx
> but how do i set it all up using panther osx
> please can any one help please

Read FFmpegx's README file.

PS. this is the wrong list for these problems. Please consider using 
ffmpegx forum¹ rather than <darwinports <at> opendarwin.org> which is where 
discussions about DarwinPorts are held.

[1] http://www.videohelp.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=35

cheers,

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Ryan Wilcox | 1 Jun 20:47 2004
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Re: Link errors trying to build subversion 1.0.4


On 6/1/04, at 9:49 AM, Daniel J. Luke said:

>> ld: Undefined symbols:
>> _svn_utf__cstring_is_valid
>> _svn_utf__is_valid
>> _svn_utf__last_valid
>> _svn_utf__last_valid2
>>
>> Has anybody else seen this issue? Darwinports had to fetch 
>> subversion-1.0.4 from
>> the server, so it should be OK source... anybody have any ideas?
>
>Please try and uninstall subversion first, ie:
>
>sudo port uninstall subversion
>port clean subversion
>sudo port install subversion

That worked. I don't understand why I would need to do this - is this due to
some fun broken-ness of the dependency-manager or something?

Thanks,
_Ryan Wilcox

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Daniel J. Luke | 1 Jun 21:42 2004
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Re: Link errors trying to build subversion 1.0.4

On Jun 1, 2004, at 2:47 PM, Ryan Wilcox wrote:
>> Please try and uninstall subversion first, ie:
>>
>> sudo port uninstall subversion
>> port clean subversion
>> sudo port install subversion
>
> That worked. I don't understand why I would need to do this - is this 
> due to
> some fun broken-ness of the dependency-manager or something?

Nope, it's due to some brokeness with the subversion build system. 
(Specifically, it tries to link with the already installed subversion 
libraries, which works some of the time but not when new symbols are 
added. The workaround is simple enough that AFAIK no one has worked on 
fixing it.)

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Eric Hall | 1 Jun 22:07 2004

Re: Link errors trying to build subversion 1.0.4

On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 03:42:30PM -0400, Daniel J. Luke wrote:
> On Jun 1, 2004, at 2:47 PM, Ryan Wilcox wrote:
> >>Please try and uninstall subversion first, ie:
> >>
> >>sudo port uninstall subversion
> >>port clean subversion
> >>sudo port install subversion
> >
> >That worked. I don't understand why I would need to do this - is this 
> >due to
> >some fun broken-ness of the dependency-manager or something?
> 
> Nope, it's due to some brokeness with the subversion build system. 
> (Specifically, it tries to link with the already installed subversion 
> libraries, which works some of the time but not when new symbols are 
> added. The workaround is simple enough that AFAIK no one has worked on 
> fixing it.)
> 

	I had similar problems with ethereal (which uses libtool, dunno
if subversion does or not), pogma (on #opendarwin) suggested changing 

	hardcode_direct=yes

to 

	hardcode_direct=no

	which I found in configure.  Solved the problem for me w/ ethereal.

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Daniel J. Luke | 1 Jun 22:14 2004
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Re: Heads up: State of Images

On May 31, 2004, at 11:16 AM, Paul Guyot wrote:
> Unless I forgot anything, all the problems that we found in images 
> original code were fixed, and there now is an automatic registry 
> upgrade to images format.

Thanks! I've converted my machines to the images branch and will try to 
spend some time trying to break it :)

The registry upgrade seems to be working fine, although both my 
installed version of the openssl port and the ghostscript port spit out 
lines that say "Warning: Port openssl refers to  which doesn't exist." 
where the filename isn't printed (for some other ports where I have 
deleted files, it does print out the name of the missing file or 
directory, so I'm not sure what is going on there).

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