cvs commit: ports/x11/linux-XFree86-libs Makefile
trevor at jpj.net
Fri Dec 24 14:36:04 PST 2004
Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> Trevor Johnson <trevor at freebsd.org> wrote:
> > trevor 2004-12-22 00:36:32 UTC
> > FreeBSD ports repository
> > Modified files:
> > x11/linux-XFree86-libs Makefile
> > Log:
> > This works with linux_base-rh-9 and linux_base-suse-9.1 as well as
> > linux_base-8.
> I'm not sure removing the dependency on any linux_base is the right
> thing to do. Additionally I think we shouldn't support more than one
> linux_base. It's fine if it works with more than one linux_base, but we
> can't guarantee it.
I made sure that it works with those three. I designed them from the
get-go to work with it. If they actually do not, kindly report the
Traditionally we've had multiple linux_base ports. I have no problem with
that tradition--it's not in our power to unify all the Linux
distributions, nor for that matter all the X11 distributions!
> My suggestion is: let it depend upon the default linux_base by default
> (my patchset takes care of this). After 4.11 is out the door, let's
> update the default linux_base to a recent one, remove all
> obsolete/outdated/forbidden linux_base ports, get everything into good
> shape and think about how to allow non-default linux_base ports to work
> with everything (e.g. a patch for bsd.port.mk which modifies the
> USE_LINUX code to use an already installed linux_base (with a warning
> that we don't guarantee anything) or to install a predefined one, like
> we did with the X_WINDOW_SYSTEM part of bsd.port.mk).
The patch you sent me would have added a dependency on this port to the
Linux ports which need X11 (presently, I ask users to install this port
manually). I don't see how my commit conflicts with the patch you sent
me. Does this commit create an actual problem?
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