[Bf-committers] [email@example.com: graphics/blender-devel
broken with scons-0.96.90]
tschundler at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 22:27:55 CET 2005
Actually, the problem with the blender port has been submitted in a
bug report to the scons people:
Basically according to them, it's the fault of whoever setup scons for
blender. They used an unsupported internal structure. But to avoid
causing problems for Blender users, the are going to add a
compatability for to the next test release.
For now you have to install the older scons release from scons.org
Though I don't know why the FreeBSD scons port got upgraded to a
version of scons that is very clearly labeled as being for testing
only / not production use if it worked for other existing packages...
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 22:16:09 +0100, Hans Lambermont
<hans at lambermont.dyndns.org> wrote:
> Hi bf-committers list,
> Here is an scons-0.96.90 problem with blender.
> I hope someone picks this up.
> -- Hans
> ----- Forwarded message from Michal Varga <varga at stonehenge.sk> -----
> From: Michal Varga <varga at stonehenge.sk>
> To: freebsd-ports at freebsd.org
> Subject: graphics/blender-devel broken with scons-0.96.90
> Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2005 18:45:35 +0100
> I don't know if someone noticed (I've just subscribed to the list, but
> didn't find any reference in the history) - scons-0.96.90 from Feb 19.
> (devel/scons) breaks the build of graphics/blender-devel.
> According to http://www.scons.org/ , the .90 brings a "number of
> extensive changes to internal subsystems", so shouldn't we have left the
> previous version too in the ports collection in such cases?
> Michal Varga <varga at stonehenge.sk>
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