This is a discussion on Re: Cannot compile inkscape under gnome 2.14 freebsd 6.1-stable - FreeBSD ; On Tue, 2006-05-23 at 21:21 +1000, Dan Byrnes wrote: > Hi, > > I cannot seem to get inkscape to compile as part of the gnome2-fifth-toe > port. I have tried to compile inkscape individually with no success > either. ...
On Tue, 2006-05-23 at 21:21 +1000, Dan Byrnes wrote:
> I cannot seem to get inkscape to compile as part of the gnome2-fifth-toe
> port. I have tried to compile inkscape individually with no success
> either. I have run cvsup over the ports tree each day for the last week
> with no success.
> The error I get is
> configure: error: libgc (the Boehm Conservative Collector) 6.4+, is
> needed to compile inkscape -- http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Hans_Boehm/gc
> ===> Script "configure" failed unexpectedly.
> I have this boehm-gc port installed
> boehm-gc+threaded+redirect-6.6_3 Garbage collection and memory leak
> detection for C and C++
> gnomelogalyzer.sh doesn't shed any light. I have uninstalled boehm-gc
> and tried to make inkscape but still no luck.
> Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Have you tried it (boehm-gc) without the threaded and redirect options?
That works here. Not sure why yours is failing, perhaps because
including those options modifies the registered name of the port and it
no longer matches the LIB_DEPENDS requirement of the inkscape port?
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