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The builds are done under tinderbox-2.4.3, on 7-STABLE on amd64, with
tinderd_flags="-nullfs -plistcheck -onceonly" and ccache support, with the
official up-to-date Ports Tree (for commit-triggered builds the files are
fetched via CVSWeb), with the following vars set:
NOPORTDOCS=yes, NOPORTEXAMPLES=yes, NOPORTDATA=yes, FORCE_PACKAGE=yes.
The error which triggered this email is bellow followed by the link to the
full log and explanations about the testing process.
building gtkmm-reference-2.12.7_3 in directory /var/tinderbox/7-STABLE-FTP
maintained by: gnome@FreeBSD.org
building for: 7.0-STABLE amd64
port directory: /usr/ports/x11-toolkits/gtkmm24-reference
Makefile ident: $FreeBSD: ports/x11-toolkits/gtkmm24-reference/Makefile,v 1.5 2007/05/19 20:31:04 flz Exp $
prefixes: LOCALBASE=usr/local X11BASE=usr/local
NO* env vars: NOPORTDOCS=yes NOPORTEXAMPLES=yes NOPORTDATA=yes
build started at Sat Jun 14 08:33:13 UTC 2008
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There is no fixed interval for this; if other ports depend on it you will
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impossible by this port being broken. Efforts are made to restrict the number
of outgoing emails to one/port/week for QA or dependency builds (but not for
commit-triggered builds; if you commit 3 times in 5 minutes to the same port
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When you fix install/plist errors please bear in mind that each of the 3 NO*
vars controls the installation of different type of files, so constructs like:
Please use the right pairs like:
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