root: configure fails when file port is installed and xorg-libX11 is universal
|Reported by:||ryandesign (Ryan Schmidt)||Owned by:||cjones051073|
The root port fails to install if the file port is installed, and the xorg-libX11 port is installed with the universal variant.
The root port's configure script attempts to verify that its dependencies are installed for the correct architectures. While this is a fine goal, it does so using the file command and grepping the output for "64-bit". Apple's version of the file command shipped with Mac OS X does have this output for universal and non-universal 64-bit files, but the file port's file command only does this for non-universal files; it doesn't understand universal files.
The simplest solution for us is to just rip out this architecture verification code from root's configure script, since MacPorts base already includes architecture verification code.
Change History (5)
comment:1 Changed 6 years ago by ryandesign (Ryan Schmidt)
- Resolution set to duplicate
- Status changed from new to closed