cvs commit: ports CHANGES UPDATING ports/Mk bsd.port.mk
ports/accessibility/linux-atk Makefile pkg-plist
ports/archivers/stuffit Makefile ports/astro/linux-setiathome
Makefile ports/audio/baudline Makefile ports/audio/linux-arts ...
lofi at freebsd.org
Sun Jun 26 11:08:02 GMT 2005
On Sunday, 26. June 2005 03:52, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> > I really have no idea how you're arriving at that conclusion. It doesn't
> > say "ports which use X11".
> The X11R6 distribution contains servers, utilities and more (libs/data
> files/...). Specifying them and then adding "local packages/ports"
> suggest to me, that not only binaries which come with the X11R6
> distribution are allowed to reside here.
PLEASE STOP being silly for the sake of argument!
I have explained to you why your change is wrong. I have pointed you to a
piece of documentation you didn't even KNOW about before. I have pointed out
to you the breakage caused by it.
Now what's so hard about just saying "Oops, sorry" and backing that bit out
instead of trying to read things into hier(7) which just aren't there?
> - As soon as a new way of doing it is published, I will follow it.
It really is colleagues like you that make working on FreeBSD that extra bit
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