cvs commit: ports/devel/apr Makefile distinfo pkg-plist
ports/devel/apr/files patch-apr-util_build_dbm.m4 patch-apr-util_configure
itetcu at FreeBSD.org
Sun Jul 6 16:40:24 UTC 2008
On Sat, 5 Jul 2008 20:02:40 +0000
Craig Rodrigues <rodrigc at crodrigues.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 05, 2008 at 03:54:53PM -0400, Philip M. Gollucci wrote:
> > The patch in the PR actually used Tools/scripts/bump_version.pl to
> > bump all those ports, but it was for *some* reason not committed,
> I chose to err on the side of caution, and submit separate PR's to the
> different port maintainers, since I don't like to blindly commit to
> ports which I know nothing about.
> I hate it when people blindly commit to APR, so I don't want to do
> the same thing to other ports.
In this shlib bump case the best way to go is:
- update you port and test it on Tindy
- rebuild all dependent port on Tindy
- if you feel the need notify the maintainers of depended ports and
sort out the problems with them
- commit your port update
- bump PORTREVISION of dependent ports.
> While you submit many good ports patches, I don't really trust your
> track record. If you had an actual ports commit bit, then you
> would have more credibility with me to submit mega-patches which
> affect many ports. If someone who knows you better can sponsor
> you for a commit bit, then you can take on more of this responsibility
> for yourself, instead of dumping mega-patches for committers to pick
I am sure only the fact that English is not my native language makes me
read as I do what you wrote above.
What the submitter of the PR did is:
- quality work (complete work)
- your work (you being the maintainer of this port)
So he didn't dump anything on you, au contriare.
BTW, you might want to read last portmgr report.
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