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Date:      Sat, 16 May 2015 18:42:22 -0700
From:      Jeffry Killen <jekillen@prodigy.net>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Which make?
Message-ID:  <98CE1D49-95FD-486E-841E-CF8DFC1168EA@prodigy.net>

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I need to compile and install freetype (v 2.4.0) as extension to php
and the  INSTALL.UNIX file in the freetype tar ball states
that GNU make must be used exclusively.

Is that included in FreeBSD 10.x? Or is that
something I have to add?

The instructions specify that if I run make -v
I will get the version of GNU make. What I
got was lecture about usage of make that
implied that -v was not a valid argument.
So I presume that GNU make is not present. [right?]

Sorry, I hope you will have some patience.
I also installed zlib and then went to see if
it already exists. Now I don't know if
find / zlib* found what is already there AND
what I installed, or if it just found what I installed.
The output from find does not have full path for
listings that matched (or am I ignorant and don't
know how to figure it out?)

I will get this done, eventually.

Thanks for time and attention
JK



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