Is fink going to start requiring gcc? Because now it's wanting to be
On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 10:40 PM, Alexander Hansen <
> On 7/1/13 7:28 AM, Reaves, Timothy wrote:
>> checking if /usr/bin/cpp requires -undef... no
>> checking if /usr/bin/cpp requires -traditional... configure: error:
>> /usr/bin/cpp does not preserve whitespace with or without -traditional.
>> I don't know what to do.
>> ### execution of /tmp/fink._ACyO failed, exit code 1
>> ### execution of /tmp/fink.exRgL failed, exit code 1
>> Removing runtime build-lock...
>> Removing build-lock package...
>> /sw/bin/dpkg-lockwait -r fink-buildlock-xmkmf-1.0.2-**1104
>> (Reading database ... 23592 files and directories currently installed.)
>> Removing fink-buildlock-xmkmf-1.0.2-**1104 ...
>> Failed: phase compiling: xmkmf-1.0.2-1104 failed
>> Before reporting any errors, please run "fink selfupdate" and try again.
>> Also try using "fink configure" to set your maximum build jobs to 1 and
>> attempt to build the package again.
>> If you continue to have issues, please check to see if the FAQ on Fink's
>> website solves the problem. If not, ask on one (not both, please) of
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>> with a carbon copy to the maintainer:
>> Dave Morrison <drm@... <mailto:drm@...>>
>> Note that this is preferable to emailing just the maintainer directly,
>> since most fink package maintainers do not have access to all possible
>> hardware and software configurations.
>> Please try to include the complete error message in your report. This
>> generally consists of a compiler line starting with e.g. "gcc" or "g++"
>> followed by the actual error output from the compiler.
>> Also include the following system information:
>> Package manager version: 0.34.8
>> Distribution version: selfupdate-rsync Fri Jun 28 13:48:35 2013, 10.8,
>> Trees: local/main stable/main
>> Xcode.app: 4.6.3
>> Xcode command-line tools: 220.127.116.11.1.1371833295
>> Max. Fink build jobs: 8
> We don't officially support the Xcode 5 Command Line Tools yet, since
> it's not available for general release.
> As a workaround, try the following:
> 1) cp /sw/fink/10.7/stable/main/**finkinfo/devel/xmkmf-10.9.info/sw/fink/10.7/stable/main/
> 2) Edit /sw/fink/10.7/stable/main/**finkinfo/devel/xmkmf.info and remove
> the Distribution: 10.9 line.
> Alexander Hansen, Ph.D.
> Fink User Liaison
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