Re: Newbie Question - installing vorbis-tools with ogg123 Enabled.

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Re: Newbie Question - installing vorbis-tools with ogg123 Enabled.

Mark Duling
Max von Seibold <[hidden email]> writes:

>Sorry if this question has already been discussed. I have tried
>searching all over the place but cannot figure this out.
>I would like to install vorbis-tools on 10.4 Tiger with ogg123 enabled.
>I have no clue why it seems to be be disabled, perhaps there is a very
>sensible reason but I cannot find it listed anywhere.
>I have looked at the portfile, in particular the section listed below
>relating to enabling ogg123.
>configure.env    LDFLAGS="-L${prefix}/lib" \
>                 CPPFLAGS="-I${prefix}/include -no-cpp-precomp"
>configure.args   --mandir=${prefix}/share/man \
>                 --without-ao \
>                 --disable-ogg123 \
>                 --without-flac \
>                 --without-speex
>variant player {
>    depends_lib-append    lib:libao.2:libao
>    configure.args-delete --without-ao --disable-ogg123
>    configure.args-append --with-ao --enable-ogg123

There is a bug filed that says it doesn't quit properly:

But it looks like the port author intended for the player variant to
install support for it.  So if you type 'port install vorbis-tools
+player' it should install vorbis-tool with ogg123 support.  I don't use
the app myself so I don't know why the variant is needed and not just
included with the standard install.

But as to your question on editing portfiles; I have an editor defined in
my .bash_profile:
export EDITOR=/usr/bin/pico

so all you have to do is type 'sudo port ed vorbis-tools' and the portfile
will open in your editor.  It is a useful trick.  The file itself is in:



>Can anyone tell me how I can sudo port install vorbis-tools with this
>option enabled...?

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