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Re: [tor-talk] GNU make required?
On Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 8:21 AM, Greg Troxel <gdt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Greg Troxel <gdt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> Someone updated the pkgsrc entry for tor to 0.2.2.32, and on NetBSD/i386
>> 5.1ish it failed to build. The complaint was about not knowing how to
>> build libtor.a. Switching to GNU make (from BSD make, which is 'make')
>> resulted in a build which seems to work (and passes make check).
> The build worked with the make in NetBSD-current. So perhaps there's a
> bug in 5.1's make, or perhaps there's something subtly odd in the
It's certainly not intended that Tor require gnu make. It might help
track down the problem if you can figure out which Tor release (or
ideally, which commit!) introduced the new, broken behavior. Even if
it turns out that there _is_ a bug in netbsd's side, it'd still be
worthwhile IMO to see if we can work around it somehow.
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