James Linder | 22 Feb 05:44 2012

Re: Help please

Hi
[snip]

>> 
>>> checking for Apple Objective-C runtime... yes
>>> checking for GNU Objective C runtime... no
>>> configure: Using Apple Objective-C runtime
>>> checking for Apple Foundation library... no
>>> configure: WARNING: GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ROOT is not defined in your environment, preventing the use of
GNUstep's Foundation library
>>> configure: error: Could not find a working Foundation implementation
>> 
>> This is an error we've encountered a few times before, such as:
>> 
>> https://trac.macports.org/ticket/28452
>> 
>> https://trac.macports.org/ticket/30298
>> 
>> We didn't receive further feedback from the reporters so were unable to pursue the matter further. Can
you attach your config.log? Maybe it will shed further light.
>> 
>> In #28452 we presumed software installed in /usr/local was interfering. Do you have anything installed
in /usr/local? If so, remove it and try again.
>> 
>> In #30298 we presumed the user's operating system components had become damaged and the OS should be
reinstalled. So that's another avenue you could pursue.
> 
> 
> haycorn:~ # ls /usr/local
> .git		Library		etc		share
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Ryan Schmidt | 22 Feb 18:07 2012

Re: Help please


On Feb 21, 2012, at 22:44, James Linder wrote:

>>>> checking for Apple Objective-C runtime... yes
>>>> checking for GNU Objective C runtime... no
>>>> configure: Using Apple Objective-C runtime
>>>> checking for Apple Foundation library... no
>>>> configure: WARNING: GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ROOT is not defined in your environment, preventing the use of
GNUstep's Foundation library
>>>> configure: error: Could not find a working Foundation implementation
>>> 
>>> This is an error we've encountered a few times before, such as:
>>> 
>>> https://trac.macports.org/ticket/28452
>>> 
>>> https://trac.macports.org/ticket/30298
>>> 
>>> We didn't receive further feedback from the reporters so were unable to pursue the matter further. Can
you attach your config.log? Maybe it will shed further light.
>>> 
>>> In #28452 we presumed software installed in /usr/local was interfering. Do you have anything
installed in /usr/local? If so, remove it and try again.
>>> 
>>> In #30298 we presumed the user's operating system components had become damaged and the OS should be
reinstalled. So that's another avenue you could pursue.
>> 
>> haycorn:~ # ls /usr/local
>> .git		Library		etc		share
>> .gitignore	README.md	include		texlive
>> Cellar		bin		lib
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James Linder | 23 Feb 01:13 2012

Re: Help please


On 23/02/2012, at 1:07 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> 
> On Feb 21, 2012, at 22:44, James Linder wrote:
> 
>>>>> checking for Apple Objective-C runtime... yes
>>>>> checking for GNU Objective C runtime... no
>>>>> configure: Using Apple Objective-C runtime
>>>>> checking for Apple Foundation library... no
>>>>> configure: WARNING: GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ROOT is not defined in your environment, preventing the use of
GNUstep's Foundation library
>>>>> configure: error: Could not find a working Foundation implementation
>>>> 
>>>> This is an error we've encountered a few times before, such as:
>>>> 
>>>> https://trac.macports.org/ticket/28452
>>>> 
>>>> https://trac.macports.org/ticket/30298
>>>> 
>>>> We didn't receive further feedback from the reporters so were unable to pursue the matter further. Can
you attach your config.log? Maybe it will shed further light.
>>>> 
>>>> In #28452 we presumed software installed in /usr/local was interfering. Do you have anything
installed in /usr/local? If so, remove it and try again.
>>>> 
>>>> In #30298 we presumed the user's operating system components had become damaged and the OS should be
reinstalled. So that's another avenue you could pursue.
>>> 
>>> haycorn:~ # ls /usr/local
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Gmane