cvs commit: ports/editors/komodo-edit Makefile
ports/editors/komodo-ide Makefile ports/mail/linux-thunderbird Makefile
ports/multimedia/linux-realplayer Makefile ports/net-im/qq Makefile
ports/print/acroread8 Makefile ...
netchild at FreeBSD.org
Fri Feb 25 11:42:54 UTC 2011
Quoting Anonymous <swell.k at gmail.com> (from Fri, 25 Feb 2011 13:38:54 +0300):
> Anonymous <swell.k at gmail.com> writes:
>> Alexander Leidinger <netchild at FreeBSD.org> writes:
>>> netchild 2011-02-25 08:52:30 UTC
>>> FreeBSD ports repository
>>> Modified files:
>>> editors/komodo-edit Makefile
>>> editors/komodo-ide Makefile
>>> mail/linux-thunderbird Makefile
>>> multimedia/linux-huludesktop Makefile
>>> multimedia/linux-realplayer Makefile
>>> net-im/qq Makefile
>>> print/acroread8 Makefile
>>> print/acroread9 Makefile
>>> sysutils/linux-nero Makefile
>>> textproc/linux-f10-scim-gtk Makefile
>>> textproc/linux-f10-scim-libs Makefile
>>> www/linux-f10-flashplugin10 Makefile
>>> www/linux-firefox Makefile
>>> www/linux-flashplugin7 Makefile
>>> www/linux-flashplugin9 Makefile
>>> www/linux-mplayer-plugin Makefile
>>> www/linux-seamonkey Makefile
>>> www/nspluginwrapper-devel Makefile
>>> www/nspluginwrapper Makefile
>>> www/plugger-plugins-hubbe Makefile
>>> x11-themes/linux-f10-qtcurve-gtk2 Makefile
>>> x11-toolkits/linux-f10-gtk2 Makefile
>>> x11-toolkits/linux-f10-pango Makefile distinfo.i386 pkg-plist
>>> Update linux-f10-pango to 1.28.3 (+ bump portrevision of
>>> dependend ports).
>>> This fixes a security warning from portaudit.
>> I can't figure out how dependency on libthai is tracked.
>> A quick search on freshports.org suggests there is no linux-
>> version of libthai.
> Sorry for the noise, it was there even before the update.
Correct (as it is a plugin, it does not hurt the rest of pango if this
part is not working). And as nobody was complaining about the Thai
part not working so far, I decided to go ahead and commit the update
instead of having a look at writing a linux-f10-libthai port.
I want to have a look how to proceed from here. The short term goal is
to probably deprecate some old linux ports (e.g. linux*f8*). The not
so short term goal is to have a look which linux distribution to
update to. If someone knows about a rpm based one with long term
support and with a fontconfig version which is compatible to the
FreeBSD fontconfig cache files I am all ears, but if someone wants to
propose something completely different (e.g. .deb based) please don't
bother me (everyone is free to show patches to emulation@ for
something like this, and I will review them regarding suitability as a
linux_base port as time permits).
http://www.Leidinger.net Alexander @ Leidinger.net: PGP ID = B0063FE7
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