Moving flex and yacc to contrib/, all hell breaks loose?
uqs at spoerlein.net
Sun Nov 7 21:33:33 UTC 2010
On Sun, 07.11.2010 at 18:25:42 +0200, Kostik Belousov wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 07, 2010 at 03:18:04PM +0100, Ulrich Sp??rlein wrote:
> > Hoi,
> > To my knowledge, the only "vendor" software in our tree, not yet living
> > under cddl/, contrib/, crypto/ or gnu/ are
> > lib/libc/softfloat
> > lib/libz
> > lib/msun
> > usr.bin/lex
> > usr.bin/unifdef
> > usr.bin/yacc
> > I'm not touching the lib parts for now, and for unifdef, see recent
> > post to current at . So flex and yacc remain (if you know of more sources
> > with an upstream development, not already listed on the Wiki under
> > http://wiki.freebsd.org/ContribSoftware please let me know!)
> > I have an universe-surviving svn tree ready for commit, that moves flex
> > to contrib/flex and only a stub Makefile in usr.bin/lex remains, like we
> > do with all other contributed software.
> Contributed means that there is a project external to FreeBSD that
> maintains the software. What is the project for yacc ?
See the wiki page, it will point you to
where Thomas Dickey has been updating byacc regularly over the past
> lex being flex probably deserves move to contrib.
So do you see any problem with the svn steps?
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