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Sanity Test Failure
Fri, 13 Mar 2015
[ 17:29 adamw ] Original commit   Revision:381221
p5-Vimana editors  Refresh files touched by this commit Vim script manager
p5-Data-Currency 0.06000_1 finance files touched by this commit Container class for currency conversion/formatting
p5-Finance-Currency-Convert-XE 0.25_1 finance files touched by this commit Currency conversion module
p5-Finance-QuoteTW 0.09_3 finance files touched by this commit Fetch quotes of mutual funds in Taiwan
p5-Net-FTPServer 1.125_1 ftp files touched by this commit Full-featured, secure, extensible, and configurable Perl FTP server
p5-POE-Component-Client-FTP 0.22_1 ftp files touched by this commit Implements an FTP client POE Component
p5-CAD-Drawing 0.26_9 graphics files touched by this commit Methods to create, load, and save vector graphics
p5-Gimp 2.31_2 graphics files touched by this commit Write GIMP extensions/plug-ins/load- and save-handlers in Perl
p5-Graphics-ColorNames 2.11_2 graphics files touched by this commit Perl class that defines RGB values for common color names
p5-Graphics-ColorNames-WWW 1.13_2 graphics files touched by this commit WWW color names and equivalent RGB values

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Clean up the rest of the perl@ Makefiles a bit.

- Remove dependencies on modules distributed as part of perl core
- Remove references to FreeBSD < 8 and perl < 5.16
- Ensure that DOCS and EXAMPLES options exist for ports installing
- Reduce unnecessary inclusions of by using
  OPTIONS helpers and the like
- Fix some cases where dependencies were only assigned to BUILD_DEPENDS
- Fix a few of the cases where dependencies were only assigned to RUN_DEPENDS.
  This one happens in many, many ports. I only applied it in cases where
  it interfered with 'make test' but it should maybe be done more generally.
- Mute ${MKDIR} in installation
- Parethesize compound commands
- In www/p5-URI-Fetch, remove the ZLIB option that wasn't used

Sanity Test Results


This command (FreshPorts code 1):

/usr/local/bin/sudo /usr/sbin/chroot -u dan /usr/FreshPorts/ports-jail
/ /usr/local/PORTS-head editors/p5-Vimana

produced this error:

Error message is: "/usr/local/PORTS-head/editors/p5-Vimana/Makefile", line
32: Unassociated shell command "p5-URI>=1.37:${PORTSDIR}/net/p5-URI 
make: fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue


This command (FreshPorts code 1):

/usr/local/bin/sudo /usr/sbin/chroot -u dan /usr/FreshPorts/ports-jail
/ /usr/local/PORTS-head www/p5-URI-Fetch

produced this error:

Error message is: Error expanding embedded variable.

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