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(my) problem with pkgpath.mk...




Hello,


while trying to create a port, I encounter this:

# make install
===>  Building package for sqwebmail-3.5.3
Creating package /home/obsd/ports/packages/i386/all/sqwebmail-3.5.3.tgz
Creating gzip'd tar ball in
'/home/obsd/ports/packages/i386/all/sqwebmail-3.5.3.tgz'
Running "tar -c -f /home/obsd/ports/packages/i386/all/sqwebmail-3.5.3.tgz -z +CONTENTS +COMMENT +DESC +INSTALL +DISPLAY -C /usr/ports/mail/sqwebmail/w-sqwebmail-3.5.3/fake-i386//usr/local -C
/usr/ports/mail/sqwebmail/w-sqwebmail-3.5.3/fake-i386/. "
Link to /home/obsd/ports/packages/i386/ftp/sqwebmail-3.5.3.tgz
Link to /home/obsd/ports/packages/i386/cdrom/sqwebmail-3.5.3.tgz
>> Broken dependency: /home/obsd/ports/ is a symbolic link
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/mail/sqwebmail (line 1132 of
/home/obsd/ports/infrastructure/mk/bsd.port.mk).
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/mail/sqwebmail (line 1686 of
/home/obsd/ports/infrastructure/mk/bsd.port.mk).
# 


PORTSDIR is set to /home/obsd/ports in /etc/mk.conf.

Of course, no component of this is a symbolic link. Also, the
double -C option looks rather fishy to me, but I feel a bit
lost. I have pkgpath.mk version 1.3 on my system (snapshot
from 8/22/2003).


Any help is much appreciated!


Best,
--Toni++



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