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Date:      Thu, 27 Jun 2002 01:02:18 -0600
From:      "Kendall Gifford" <kendall@jedis.com>
To:        <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Port Broken??: mysql-jdbc-mm
Message-ID:  <000001c21da8$93eeb0c0$2501a8c0@fmepro.com>

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Greetings. I am not currently subscribed to the list so
please copy me on all responses.

I am trying to install the port: mysql-jdbc-mm (as located
in /usr/ports/databases). The build fails quickly with the
following message:

===>  Patching for mysql-jdbc-mm-2.0.14
mv: rename j1c to j1c.patched: No such file or directory
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/databases/mysql-jdbc-mm.

A quick look at the Makefile shows where this "j1c" is
being referenced, and sure enough, it isn't there. I tried
an immediate cvsup in hopes for an update, deleted the
distfile, then ran again. It is very clear that the port wants
"j1c" and that it isn't in the jarred distfile.

Am I just doing this all wrong and is there a known
fix for this, or did I just find a broken port. I really need
a jdbc mysql driver quickly so any help is appreciated.

System: Dell PowerEdge 1550 running 4.6-STABLE
as of June 26th, 11:00 PM.

Note: the checksum is just fine on the distfile and I've
got all the dependencies successfully installed. The
"make patch" target is the broken one.
____________
Kendall Gifford
FME, Inc.
kgifford@fmei.com
435-656-3118:117
____________
Kendall Gifford
http://kendall.jedis.com
kendall@jedis.com


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