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authorng0 <>2019-02-22 23:48:19 +0000
committerng0 <>2019-02-22 23:48:19 +0000
commit6fd96676ab10db4864bf5efb4496e2287b8d545e (patch)
tree0b1a8e8f93172c3cb3b4489504e06e7696b18fb5 /
parente73b829feec7ca6af5116b5ffb566c79d6aa1bbd (diff) make it more portable.
===> Creating toolchain wrappers for gnunet-0.11.0pre66 ===> Configuring for gnunet-0.11.0pre66 => Modifying GNU configure scripts to avoid --recheck => Replacing config-guess with pkgsrc versions => Replacing config-sub with pkgsrc versions => Replacing install-sh with pkgsrc version => Checking for portability problems in extracted files ERROR: [check-portability.awk] => Found test ... == ...: ERROR: [check-portability.awk] configure: if test "x$enable_autostart" == "xno" Explanation: =========================================================================== The "test" command, as well as the "[" command, are not required to know the "==" operator. Only a few implementations like bash and some versions of ksh support it. When you run "test foo == foo" on a platform that does not support the "==" operator, the result will be "false" instead of "true". This can lead to unexpected behavior. There are two ways to fix this error message. If the file that contains the "test ==" is needed for building the package, you should create a patch for it, replacing the "==" operator with "=". If the file is not needed, add its name to the CHECK_PORTABILITY_SKIP variable in the package Makefile. =========================================================================== *** Error code 1 Stop. make[1]: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/wip/gnunet *** Error code 1
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diff --git a/ b/
index 317a9b6a2..87a60cb04 100644
--- a/
+++ b/
@@ -1530,7 +1530,7 @@ AC_MSG_CHECKING(whether to start peer's services on demand by default)
[AS_HELP_STRING([--disable-autostart], [do not start peer's services by default])],
- if test "x$enable_autostart" == "xno"
+ if test "x$enable_autostart" = "xno"