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Re: tarlz 0.16 build failure on FreeBSD 11.3

From: Antonio Diaz Diaz
Subject: Re: tarlz 0.16 build failure on FreeBSD 11.3
Date: Sun, 03 May 2020 16:08:04 +0200
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David Glover-Aoki wrote:
"make" on FreeBSD is not GNU Make, it's FreeBSD make. Which doesn't work here, 
for reasons I don't understand.

Grabbing and installing "gmake", and using that instead, solves the problem.

Thanks for finding the cause of the problem.

But I suspect there may be something more here, because make should not be able to cause the compiler to fail, and in the port page for plzip we can read:

22 Feb 2017 12:59:28 Revision:434582 bapt
Remove useless dependency on GNU make
Those ports builds perfectly fine with bmake

I can also confirm that the modification for sysmacros.h solves the problem 
because I now have a working build of tarlz on FreeBSD.

Thank you again. The fix will be included in tarlz 0.17.

Best regards,

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