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Wed Nov 16 19:17:01 UTC 2011
2011/11/16 Romain Tartière <romain at freebsd.org>
> On Sat, Nov 12, 2011 at 04:17:39PM -0700, Jared Barneck wrote:
> > I don't remember why portshaker exists over using the standard ports and
> > keeping the standard ports updated.
> Basically, the ports should be considered as stable (hahum...) and I
> consider stuff in bsd-sharp as "early stage" and I don't mind breaking
> everything in this repo. If you have patches I would be pleased to
> apply them. I prefer patches against BSD# since it is supposed to be
> more up-to-date but as a last ressort, a patch against the ports is
> better than no patch at all.
Ok, I understood you to mean this:
Just like FreeBSD has Release, Stable, Current, the normal FreeBSD ports
tree is considered release for all Mono ports on FreeBSD and everything in
portshaker is considered stable/current.
Did I understand correctly?
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