cvs commit: ports/print/ghostscript9 Makefile
hrs at FreeBSD.org
Mon Mar 5 00:40:22 UTC 2012
Peter Jeremy <peterjeremy at acm.org> wrote
in <20120304234053.GA51143 at server.vk2pj.dyndns.org>:
pe> On 2012-Feb-29 05:39:38 +0000, Hiroki Sato <hrs at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
pe> >hrs 2012-02-29 05:39:38 UTC
pe> > FreeBSD ports repository
pe> > Modified files:
pe> > print/ghostscript9 Makefile
pe> > Log:
pe> > Fix implicit dependency.
pe> Could you please provide a rationale for ghostscript requiring libidn.
pe> It is difficult to see why a postscript interpreter needs to do any
pe> sort of DNS resolution. ports/165338 contains an alternative (and to
pe> my mind cleaner) fix.
GS requires SASLprep (RFC 4013 and 3454) for PDF password
canonicalization (in Unicode). The libidn provides an API for that.
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