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Alexandros Manoussakis
July 19, 2002 16:51
Re: [ID 20020623.023] make test for 5.8.0-RC1 has 3 failures onFreeBSD
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Adding -Dccflags=-I/usr/include which results in ccflags='-I/usr/include

fixes the problem. Apparently I have rotten header files in /usr/include
I guess you can close this bug. Thanks for the help!


On Fri, 19 Jul 2002, Nicholas Clark wrote:

> On Fri, Jul 19, 2002 at 07:37:52AM -0400, Alexandros Manoussakis wrote:
> > Thanks,
> > I discovered the source of my problems. On the site I am we have a lot of
> > libraries in /usr/local and even though my -Dprefix points to
> > /opt/something, I see that in the -I and -L point to
> > /usr/local/{include,lib} so /usr/local libraries have priority over the
> > standard FreeBSD ones in /usr.
> Aha
> > If I rename my /usr/local to something else, I can compile a threaded
> > perl fine in 4.4, 4.5, and 4.6 !  With what switch can I prevent Configure
> > from looking into /usr/local at all? Or if that's impossible, how can I
> > give priority to libraries and include files in /usr/lib over those in
> > /usr/local/lib ?
> Don't run Configure with the -d switch, and you will be able to answer
> Configure's questions interactively. You can press return to accept the
> defaults for most options, and [obviously :-)] edit the options where the
> default is /usr/local to get rid of the /usr/local
> I don't know which options to pass to Configure to change the defaults this
> way without experimenting, which I would do by running Configure interactively
> the way I've just described :-)
> Nicholas Clark
> --
> Even better than the real thing:

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