cvs commit: ports/japanese/mh Makefile ports/japanese/mh/files patch-uip_msh.c patch-uip_prompter.c patch-uip_trmsbr.c

QA Tindy itetcu at
Sat Jul 5 04:57:53 UTC 2008

On Sat, 5 Jul 2008 01:15:43 +0000 (UTC)
Edwin Groothuis <edwin at> wrote:

> edwin       2008-07-05 01:15:43 UTC
>   FreeBSD ports repository
>   Modified files:
>     japanese/mh          Makefile 
>   Added files:
>     japanese/mh/files    patch-uip_msh.c patch-uip_prompter.c 
>                          patch-uip_trmsbr.c 
>   Log:
>   [Patch] japanese/mh: port to termios
>           The japanese/mh port is one of the last ports that still
> depends on COMPAT_43TTY, because it uses the sgtty programming
> interface. We'd better port it to the POSIX termios interface. The
> source code already contains code for SysV termio, which makes it
> easier to port. 
>   PR:             ports/124466
>   Submitted by:   Ed Schouten <ed at>
>   Approved by:    maintainer timeout
>   Revision  Changes    Path
>   1.31      +4 -0      ports/japanese/mh/Makefile
>   1.1       +17 -0     ports/japanese/mh/files/patch-uip_msh.c (new)
>   1.1       +100 -0    ports/japanese/mh/files/patch-uip_prompter.c
> (new) 1.1       +51 -0     ports/japanese/mh/files/patch-uip_trmsbr.c
> (new)

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building ja-mh-6.8.4.j3.05_1 in directory /var/tinderbox/7-STABLE-FTP
maintained by: motoyuki at
building for:  7.0-STABLE amd64
port directory: /usr/ports/japanese/mh
Makefile ident: $FreeBSD: ports/japanese/mh/Makefile,v 1.31 2008/07/05 01:15:43 edwin Exp $
prefixes: LOCALBASE=usr/local X11BASE=usr/local
build started at Sat Jul  5 03:04:40 UTC 2008


====================<phase 7: make package>====================
===>  Building package for ja-mh-6.8.4.j3.05_1
Creating package /tmp/packages/All/ja-mh-6.8.4.j3.05_1.tbz
Registering depends: ja-less+iso-382.262.
Registering conflicts: nmh-[0-9]*.
Creating bzip'd tar ball in '/tmp/packages/All/ja-mh-6.8.4.j3.05_1.tbz'
Deleting ja-mh-6.8.4.j3.05_1

=== Checking filesystem state
list of extra files and directories in / (not present before this port was installed but present after it was deinstalled)
15548046        4 drwxr-xr-x    2 root             wheel                 512 Jul  5 03:05 usr/local/share/doc/ja-mh
build of /usr/ports/japanese/mh ended at Sat Jul  5 03:05:04 UTC 2008

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