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Old 12-09-2010, 12:18 AM   #1
fdeak
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bug in the pmake package: contents of the files are duplicated in /usr/share/mk/*.mk


On slacware-13.1 in the d/pmake package, the contents of
/usr/share/mk/*.mk files are duplicated. For example in
/usr/share/mk/bsd.dep.mk the first 62 line is repeated from
line 63. (This gives a lot of warnings when you are using them.)

I run the unmodified slackbuild myself (under slackware-13.1)
and the newly created package is good. (It seems that the patches
were applied twice or something similar happened, when the
package was made). The package is from 2007 so I think lot
of slackware versions is affected.

Is it enough to put this bug report to this place ot should I send
it to some @slackware.com email address?


Ferenc Deak

Last edited by fdeak; 12-09-2010 at 12:19 AM.
 
Old 12-09-2010, 03:07 AM   #2
Alien Bob
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fdeak View Post
On slacware-13.1 in the d/pmake package, the contents of
/usr/share/mk/*.mk files are duplicated. For example in
/usr/share/mk/bsd.dep.mk the first 62 line is repeated from
line 63. (This gives a lot of warnings when you are using them.)
On my 64-bit Slackware 13.1 machine the file "/usr/share/mk/bsd.dep.mk" is exactly 62 lines... no duplication of content.
However on another machine with 32-bit Slackware 13.1 that file has 124 lines, i.e. with the content duplicated.

Eric
 
Old 12-09-2010, 03:51 AM   #3
gianco
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fdeak View Post
On slacware-13.1 in the d/pmake package, the contents of
/usr/share/mk/*.mk files are duplicated. For example in
/usr/share/mk/bsd.dep.mk the first 62 line is repeated from
line 63. (This gives a lot of warnings when you are using them.)
I can confirm this in -current 32 bit, too.

Quote:
Originally Posted by fdeak View Post
I run the unmodified slackbuild myself (under slackware-13.1)
and the newly created package is good.
Rebuilding the package with unmodified slackbuild fixes the issue.

Regards
 
Old 12-09-2010, 04:08 AM   #4
fdeak
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Originally Posted by Alien Bob View Post
On my 64-bit Slackware 13.1 machine the file "/usr/share/mk/bsd.dep.mk" is exactly 62 lines... no duplication of content.
However on another machine with 32-bit Slackware 13.1 that file has 124 lines, i.e. with the content duplicated.

Eric
I suppose that all 64 bit versions are good, because all 64-bit packages were recompiled for Slackware64-13.0,
and recompilation of the pmake package gives a good result.

fdeak
 
  


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