cvs commit: ports/print/acroread7 Makefile pkg-deinstall
pkg-plist.7.0.1 pkg-plist.7.0.5 ports/print/acroread7/files pkg-install.in
hrs at FreeBSD.org
Sat May 20 13:16:19 UTC 2006
Jean-Yves Lefort <jylefort at FreeBSD.org> wrote
in <20060519090956.4f19dd41.jylefort at FreeBSD.org>:
jy> With that interpretation the port is also illegal since it's not only
jy> a "new installer", but also "modifies the Software" (through brandelf,
jy> for instance):
jy> "You may not otherwise alter or modify the Software or create a new
jy> installer for the Software."
I think neither the port is a new installer nor it modifies the Software,
and I think pkg-install script in your patch modifies the installed file.
This is my opinion as the port maintainer.
jy> Can I fix pkg-deinstall by checking if $PKG_PREFIX/Adobe/Acrobat7.0 is
jy> empty after deinstallation?
Why do you force me on your idea? I do not like using
pkg-install/pkg-deinstall to install the desktop entry
in the master port, and I think it should be done by using
symlink or so in another port (print/acroreadwrapper or new one),
or something like acroreadwrapper's --install-plugin option.
We also have to consider mixing of version 7.0.5 and 7.0.1.
I can understand installing the desktop entry and the icon file
is a good thing (IIRC, netchild@, mezz@, and I discussed this
topic before), but at least I have not approved your patch and
do not accept the installation/deinstallation scripts you committed.
| Hiroki SATO
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