cvs commit: ports/graphics/djvulibre Makefile
mezz7 at cox.net
Thu Jul 14 20:18:20 GMT 2005
On Thu, 14 Jul 2005 14:57:05 -0500, Mikhail Teterin
<Mikhail.Teterin at murex.com> wrote:
> Your link provides an outdated example. Thanks for bringing it up. The
> to use regular expressions exists since:
> revision 1.439
> date: 2003/02/12 05:15:03; author: knu; state: Exp; lines: +3 -3
> Fix comment. LIB_DEPENDS can contain extended regular expressions.
> That was 2.5 years ago. Since then, there appeared special tricks in
> bsd.progs.mk, like:
> revision 1.491
> date: 2004/06/10 07:30:19; author: kris; state: Exp; lines: +29 -30
> * Support glob expressions in USE_GETTEXT to allow more flexibility
> in the face of future gratuitous library version bumps by the gettext
> developers :
> USE_GETTEXT=yEs # Works as before (case-insensitive)
> USE_GETTEXT=[5-7] # Accepts any of those libintl.so.x versions
> # in the LIB_DEPENDS
> Doc-team (CC-ed) should fix the documentation:
> -There shall be no regular expressions in this variable.
> +lib can be an extended regular expression
>> BTW: portmgr, want to take care of this thread? End it now is better
> Jeremy, all technical arguments against my idea, which you brought up
> yesterday on the gnome@ (viz. non-existent potential for API/ABI
> incompatibilities), were wrong. And now you are appealing to
> Do not turn this into an ego contest.
No, just wanted this thread to be end. I didn't say which portmgr should
be pick that is right, did I?
Calm down, Mikhail.
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