When trying to compile astro/google-earth on a non-standard LOCALBASE / PREFIX, it fails the patch process, due to the way files/patch-stacksize is made, it only applies cleanly when using "/usr/local" as the base.
The files/patch-stacksize will probably need to be re-rolled without the offending bits. Maybe have the patch applied before doing all the stuff currently in pre-patch: in Makefile?
How-To-Repeat: Set PREFIX / LOCALBASE to anything not "/usr/local" and try to run "make"
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nox 2010-05-12 19:04:03 UTC
FreeBSD ports repository
Fix build for nonstandard PREFIX / LOCALBASE.
Submitted by: kmoore
Revision Changes Path
1.40 +1 -1 ports/astro/google-earth/Makefile
1.2 +2 -2 ports/astro/google-earth/files/patch-stacksize
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