cvs commit: ports/mail Makefile ports/mail/postfix20 Makefile
pav at FreeBSD.org
Wed May 12 04:04:09 PDT 2004
V st, 12. 05. 2004 v 12:25, Oliver Eikemeier píše:
> >>>pav 2004/05/12 01:49:05 PDT
> >>> FreeBSD ports repository
> >>> Modified files:
> >>> mail Makefile
> >>> mail/postfix20 Makefile
> >>> Log:
> >>> After repocopy from mail/postfix, add mail/postfix20 port with postfix 2.0.x
> >>> for people who don't want to update to 2.1.x right now.
> >>I guess
> >> LATEST_LINK= postfix20
> >>would have been more appropriate than
> >> NO_LATEST_LINK= yes
> >>At least you could do
> >> pkg_add -r postfix20
> >>instead of knowing the precise version number then.
> > I suppose pkg_add -r postfix20 is more unintuitive than pkg_add -r
> > postfix-2.0.20, but I don't see how this could break anything so let it
> > be.
> That is not the way pkg_add and LATEST_LINK works. If you want to install
> a package that has no LATEST_LINK set you have to specify the full URL,
> including your OS version.
Ah I see, thanks for clarification.
Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
<pav at FreeBSD.org>
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