cvs commit: ports/net/trafshow Makefile distinfo
araujobsdport at gmail.com
Mon Feb 28 04:18:33 UTC 2011
2011/2/27 Doug Barton <dougb at freebsd.org>
> On 02/27/2011 11:32, Sahil Tandon wrote:
>> On Sun, 2011-02-27 at 14:41:22 +0000, Marcelo Araujo wrote:
>> araujo 2011-02-27 14:41:22 UTC
>>> FreeBSD ports repository
>>> Modified files:
>>> net/trafshow Makefile distinfo
>>> - Now can build with supporting of IPV6.
>>> - Removed MD5.
>>> - Bump PORTREVISION.
>> If the IPv6 option is off by default (and thus, does not affect the
>> default package), why do you bump PORTREVISION? I just want to
>> understand for my own edification when dealing with similar situations.
> Sahil is right, if the change does not affect the package no bump is
> OTOH, my personal feeling is that we should default all IPV6 knobs to on.
> Well, I've used the latest paragraph that discribe when we should bump
"""A rule of thumb is to ask yourself whether a change committed to a port
is something which someone, somewhere, would benefit from having (either
because of an enhancement, fix, or by virtue that the new package will
actually work for them). If yes, the PORTREVISION should be bumped so that
automated tools (e.g. pkg_version) will highlight the fact that a new
package is available."""
As the IPv6 option can be a good enhancement for trafshow, I decided to BUMP
PORTREVISION. I believe in this case it is OK. If not, please someone else
I'm gonna checking how the other ports dealing with IPv6 support, then I'm
gonna check if it stay like now or put it by default ON.
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