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Re: On FreeBSD, no GNUstep settings installed with pkg ins?

From: David Chisnall
Subject: Re: On FreeBSD, no GNUstep settings installed with pkg ins?
Date: Sat, 20 Feb 2016 18:17:34 +0000

Hi Patryk,

Those should have been installed as part of the gnustep-make package, which 
should be a dependency of the gnustep package.  If not, then you can do pkg ins 
gnustep-make to install the missing part.

This was probably hidden for people building from ports, where the build 
dependencies would have been installed as a side effect of the build.

For everyone else, this is one of the issues when packaging GNUstep: GNUstep 
Make ends up being a run-time dependency for a lot of things.  It would be much 
better if gnustep-config and GNUstep.sh could be separated out so that only 
people who need to build software need to install GNU Make and the rest of 
GNUstep Make.


> On 20 Feb 2016, at 16:27, Patryk Laurent <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
> I seem to be having an issue getting GNUstep installed on FreeBSD 10.2.   
> After "pkg ins gnustep" completes,  there is a helpful message saying to 
> source the appropriate .csh shell settings file from 
> /usr/local/GNUstep/System/LibraryMakefiles/.  However, that directory doesn't 
> have any files in it. It just has an "Additional" subdirectory containing 
> base.make and gui.make.
> This is my first time using FreeBSD, so I can easily imagine that I'm missing 
> something.  But there didn't appear to be any errors during "pkg ins". Any 
> suggestions?
> Thank you,
> Patryk
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