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Old 12-21-2007, 07:15 PM
Fabian Groffen
 
Default Prefixed Portage on even more platforms

On 21-12-2007 14:41:59 +0000, Stuart Shelton wrote:
> python-2.5.1-r4 adds "-all" to LDFLAGS, which it seems that ld is
> clever enough to ignore rather than halt on, but does lead to very
> frequent line reading, for example:

Please take this to the list. Python is an ugly beast, but some have
very recently slaughtered it.


> building 'dl' extension
> ld -shared -all
> -Wl,-v,-s,-x,-n32,-mips4,-rdata_shared,-allow_jump_at_eop,-rpath,/opt/portage/usr/lib:/opt/portage/lib
> -L/opt/portage/usr/lib -L/opt/portage/lib -L. -OPT:Olimit=0 -DNDEBUG
> -c99 -O2 -n32 -mips4 -r14000 -float_const -use_readonly_const
> -TARG:isa=mips4latform=ip35rocessor=r14000
> -TENV:zeroinit_in_bss=ON
> -OPT:fast_io=ON:Olimit=8192:reorg_common=ON:swp=ON
> -LNO:auto_dist=ON:fusion_peeling_limit=8:gather_sca tter=2 -woff
> 1174,1183,1185,1552,3968,3970 -I. -I./Include
> -I/opt/portage/usr/include
> build/temp.irix64-6.5-2.5/usr/opt/portage/var/tmp/portage/dev-lang/python-2.5.1-r4/work/Python-2.5.1/Modules/dlmodule.o
> -L. -L/opt/portage/lib -L/opt/portage/usr/lib -lpython2.5 -o
> build/lib.irix64-6.5-2.5/dl.so
> ld: unrecognized option '-all'
> ld: use the --help option for usage information
>
> Unfortunately, python fails to compile, but the build system doesn't
> notice and carries on regardless to inexplicably fail at a later
> point. This may only be provoked if USE="ncurses" is enabled.
>
> More when I have it...

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Old 12-30-2007, 03:23 PM
Rabbe Fogelholm
 
Default Prefixed Portage on even more platforms

I have now succeded to bootstrap Prefix Portage on SUSE 10. Thanks all who helped out!

To be precise, the machine is a SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, version 10, patchlevel
1, with some undocumented modifications that probably have no significance for the
prefix exercise. This kind of machine is mass deployed as a general purpose platform
where I work and users (like me) don't have root access.

Right now there seems to be two workarounds needed for the SUSE 10 bootstrapping: see
reports 203363 and 203720 at <http://bugs.gentoo.org> for details.

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