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Re: Ghostscript on Sparc
- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Ghostscript on Sparc
- From: Kit Halsted <kit_(_at_)_kithalsted_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sun, 19 May 2002 17:26:08 -0400
At 9:17 PM +0200 5/19/02, Christian Weisgerber wrote:
In article <p0432040ab90afff38bd7_(_at_)_[10_(_dot_)_0_(_dot_)_1_(_dot_)_20]> you write:
> Since ports@ is listed as the maintainer for the Ghostscript port,
I'm forwarding my original message and the workaround. Please CC: me
if you need any more info, as I'm not subscribed to ports_(_at_)__(_dot_)_
You neglect to mention any versions, and you don't say which
ghostscript port is involved.
That was stupid of me, I can't believe I did that. The machine is
running 3.0-stable built on March 14th. Looks like I last updated
ports via CVS on January 4th. The Ghostscript package is version
6.51. The Ghostscript port that failed is 7.0. ImageMagick is version
5.2.9. Looking at the Makefile for ImageMagick, I don't even see
Ghostscript as a dependency... Okay, looks like Ghostscript comes in
as a dependency of transfig, which requires version *.
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