VICE 1.20_1 compiles ok with no linux_js package installed.
VICE's compile is configured to detect joystick code and compile the code into the emulator. When FreeBSD's linux_js package is installed during a VICE compile, VICE tries to compile in joystick support (joy_usb) - except that this breaks the port.
Not sure if this is a VICE bug issue or a ports bug.
VICE compiles normally as long as the linux_js package is not installed. Get used to playing games with the keyboard though...
How-To-Repeat: 1. install the /usr/ports/devel/linux-js package (try getting it from packages, the port on this seems to be broken at time of writing)
2. The linux_js module need not be loaded
3. Compile VICE
4. Watch the compile fail
Over to maintainer
dinoex 2007-03-04 09:09:59 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
emulators/vice/files patch-joy.c patch-joy_usb.c
- Add support for joysticks
PR: 109438, 108504
Submitted by: Dwayne MacKinnon
Revision Changes Path
1.49 +3 -1 ports/emulators/vice/Makefile
1.1 +11 -0 ports/emulators/vice/files/patch-joy.c (new)
1.1 +10 -0 ports/emulators/vice/files/patch-joy_usb.c (new)
1.1 +10 -0 ports/emulators/vice/pkg-message (new)
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Please check if it still conflicts.
Nathan Butcher wrote:
> Compiles fine with the linux-js module now. Tested USB joystick
> functionality inside vice and it works great!