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Re: compiling GUI on NetBSD __unsafe_unretained

From: Richard Frith-Macdonald
Subject: Re: compiling GUI on NetBSD __unsafe_unretained
Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2011 07:06:07 +0000

On 15 Dec 2011, at 13:25, Riccardo Mottola wrote:

> Hi,
>>> Hi,
>>> Wolfgang Lux wrote:
>>>> The occurrence of -I/usr/pkg/share/GNUstep/include on the command line is 
>>>> puzzling me quite a bit. Are you deliberately installing into the NetBSD 
>>>> packages area? Is any old installation there? Wolfgang
>>> I do not want to install there. But there are installed gnustep packages, I 
>>> didn't know that.
>>> my make configuration is prefix=/ and layout=gnustep !
>>> I removed those packages and now I am able to compile and run gnustep from 
>>> my "own" installation.
>>> it is bad that they do not coexist happily though.
>> You should be able to have lots of GNUstep installations co-existing (I do).
>> Did you remember to do '.' to set up your environment to use 
>> *your* version rather than the pre-installed version?
> I sourced "my" version: in /System/Library/Makefiles/
> This is also confirmed by the fact that base got installed in 
> /System/Library/Libraries and it did not overwrite the /usr/pkg version
> If I source my after another one being sourced, does it work? It 
> is juts a guess, i didn't source it, but perhaps it was done automatically.

Sourcing should replace environment variables previously stored.

Perhaps the problem is with GNUstep.conf?  Could it be that the config file 
from the old, pre-existing installation is being used?

When I said you can have lots of installations co-existing, that doesn't mean 
you don't need to switch between them.  I guess if you don't know about an 
existing installation you are likely to use the GNUstep.conf from that 
installation (if it's been installed in the default location).

I'm just guessing here ... I suppose the only thing to do is carefully go 
through the process to find out at what stage the 
-I/usr/pkg/share/GNUstep/include starts being used, and figure out where it 
came from.

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