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Hello. The above program (from gcc) doesn't exist in base system, and AFAIK no ports installs it. Why? And where/how can I find it? bye & Thanks av....

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    Hello.

    The above program (from gcc) doesn't exist in base system, and AFAIK no
    ports installs it.
    Why? And where/how can I find it?

    bye & Thanks
    av.
    Andrea Guest

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    In the last episode (Mar 21), Andrea Venturoli said: 

    It will be in 5.4; it was accidentally broken during the gcc 3.4.2
    import and no-one noticed.

    --
    Dan Nelson
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    Dan Guest

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    On 2005-03-21, Andrea Venturoli scribbled these
    curious markings: 

    [(12:15:27) apeironprophecy ~] uname -rs
    FreeBSD 5.4-PRERELEASE
    [(12:15:45) apeironprophecy ~] which c++filt
    /usr/bin/c++filt
    [(12:15:47) apeironprophecy ~]

    [(12:16:00) apeironadjunct ~] uname -rs
    FreeBSD 4.10-STABLE
    [(12:16:05) apeironadjunct ~] which c++filt
    /usr/bin/c++filt
    [(12:16:07) apeironadjunct ~]

    Which version are you running? Did you install all of the distributions?

    (Yes, I know that my systems are out of date. But with GNOME 2.10, Xorg
    6.8.2, *AND* KDE 3.4 all hitting the ports tree in very short order, system
    upgrades have fallen behind.)

    Best Regards,
    Christopher Nehren
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    pejorative meaning "stupid and unsophisticated". -- Ken Thompson
    If you ask the wrong questions, you get answers like "42" and "God".
    Unix is user friendly. However, it isn't idiot friendly.

    Christopher Guest

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    Dan Nelson wrote: [/ref]

    I'm reverting to the mailing list, since this is possibly getting
    interesting for other people too.


     
    >>
    >>Nope. I'm still on 5.3p5 (I usually stuck to releases) and it does not
    >>work. I'll just wait for 5.4; in the meanwhile I'll have to resort from
    >>time to time to that old Debian machine :)[/ref]
    >
    > If your kernel version says 5.3p5, then you are tracking 5.3-stable
    > (cvs branch RELENG_5_3). If you were tracking -stable (cvs branch
    > RELENG_5), your kernel would say 5.4-PRERELEASE. If you only update
    > /usr/src/sys/ (i.e. just the kernel), then you are still running a
    > plain 5.3-RELEASE userland, which would explain why c++filt isn't
    > building.[/ref]

    Then I'm tracking 5.3-stable:
     
    28 00:34:36 



    And I'm doing this by means of the following lines in my supfile:
     



    Still, if I follow your suggestion, I get an error:
     



    bye & Thanks
    av.
    Andrea Guest

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    Default Re: c++filt

    In the last episode (Mar 22), Andrea Venturoli said: [/ref]
    >
    > I'm reverting to the mailing list, since this is possibly getting
    > interesting for other people too.
    > [/ref]
    >
    > And I'm doing this by means of the following lines in my supfile:

    >
    > Still, if I follow your suggestion, I get an error:
    > [/ref]

    It looks like gcc and friends need to be built as one unit; config.h
    gets built by the cc_tools directory. Try doing your build from
    /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/cc , and do the regular "make depend ; make ; make
    install" series. The official way to source-upgrade from any version
    of FreeBSD to another is to do a full buildworld/ buildkernel/
    installkernel/ installworld series (even p# releases, since there may
    be security fixes in userland binaries), so trying to build single
    binaries after the fact isn't guaranteed to be easy (or work).

    --
    Dan Nelson
    com
    Dan Guest

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    Dan Nelson wrote:
     

    Nope. I'm still on 5.3p5 (I usually stuck to releases) and it does not
    work. I'll just wait for 5.4; in the meanwhile I'll have to resort from
    time to time to that old Debian machine :)

    Thanks.

    bye
    av.

    Andrea Guest

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