cvs commit: ports/audio/sox Makefile ports/audio/sweep Makefile
ports/audio/normalize Makefile ports/audio/mpg321 Makefile
ports/audio/audacity Makefile ports/audio/terminatorx Makefile
ports/audio/xmms-mad Makefile ports/audio/py-mad Makefile ...
sf at FreeBSD.org
Mon Dec 8 00:25:52 PST 2003
At Mon, 08 Dec 2003 01:50:01 -0500,
Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> For the most part, you don't need to. All of the ports that used libmad
> by default got the bump. Not all users have mad installed, after all.
> However, if you use portupgrade, the old shared libs are preserved by
> default, so initially there shouldn't be a problem.
Yes they will continue to work but this is not the point.
I believe any port which depends on different library should have
different PORTREVISION because they might work differently.
Do you think the benefits of new library are not worth to mention for
users of "no mad by default" ports?
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