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Bug #3223

dsynth - security/acme.sh

Added by aswell 5 months ago. Updated 5 months ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
High
Assignee:
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Category:
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Target version:
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Start date:
03/03/2020
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Description

Attempting to build security/acme.sh results in the following error:

- Badly formatted pkg info line

It appears the "." is not accepted as valid input.

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#1

Updated by liweitianux 5 months ago

Hi aswell,

Can you provide us with the following information:

1. The DragonFly version: output of 'uname -a'
2. Is the world in sync with the kernel? i.e., did you do both 'installkernel' and 'installworld'?
3. Output of 'ls -l /usr/bin/dsynth'
4. Is your '/usr/dports' up-to-date? Show the output of 'git log -1' in '/usr/dports'.

Thanks.

#2

Updated by liweitianux 5 months ago

Please also include the exact 'dsynth' command to build 'security/acme.sh' and the full error output.

Thanks

#3

Updated by aswell 5 months ago

Dsynth is new to 5.8, and the error has to do with unrecognized input.

# dsynth build /etc/dsynth/build.txt

produces the error, as the "." between acme and sh is considered invalid input.

# dsynth build security/acme.sh

produces a failed build with no information.

Matt can likely fix in 2 minutes or less, as acme.sh is likely the only FreeBSD package with a "." dot in it's name, so this is new territory...

#4

Updated by aswell 5 months ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed

Closing this ticket. User error. It appears acme.sh did actually build.

The "Badly formatted pkg info line:" notice message appears if there are carriage returns after the last package listed in the build file.

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