ports/159128: www/rt40 Makefile contains one-character typo that causes installation to terminate
rannumgen at globaleyes.net
Thu Jul 28 04:20:07 UTC 2011
The following reply was made to PR ports/159128; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Random User <rannumgen at globaleyes.net>
To: bug-followup at FreeBSD.org, rannumgen at globaleyes.net
Subject: Re: ports/159128: www/rt40 Makefile contains one-character typo that
causes installation to terminate
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2011 23:01:24 -0500
My apologies - you may close this PR.
I have installed RT-4.0.1 and defined a local ports directory named
"rt40" to help with the initial installation. I forgot that any changes
to RT4 were local only when I submitted my PR report.
I have RT-4.0.1 working (installing from the native RT directory) but
have not created a suitable BSD "port" for it. Partly because I prefer
the native RT directory layout versus the assumed/traditional BSD RT
port directory layout. Also, there a quite a few changes between RT-3.8
and RT-4.0. Some of the previous patch files are no longer needed and
the pkg-plist will require extensive modification. Makefile-cpan
probably needs an update as well.
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