Overview: status of ports on Kris' Nov 07 death list
sw at gegenunendlich.de
Thu Aug 28 12:29:43 PDT 2003
Simon Barner, 28.08.03, 15:28h CEST:
> I made a list of ports that are scheduled for removal on Nov 07 and that
> still nobody has taken care of.
> I thought it would be a good idea to post that list, since more that the
> half of the ports in Kris' original list have already been fixed, and
> for some others PRs were submitted.
I had a quick look at two of these:
There's a younger version of the source at , but it doesn't compile,
either (also lacking cryptopp/sapphire.h). It looks like the source code
hasn't been touched for at least 10 months, so it's unlikely for this to
be resolved (soon).
I just saw you already sent a PR (ports/56089). Did you try to build it
on 5.x, too? With me (5.1R), configure stops with an error message:
checking whether -fhandle-exceptions is needed... yes
checking for mutable... yes
checking for two-iterator string constructor... no
checking for November 96 deque... no
checking for November 96 stack template... no
checking for vector::resize... no
checking for string::erase... no
checking for string::remove... no
Your STL string implementation is unusable.
Please inform <latte-dev at zanshin.com>.
I don't know STL, but it seems like gcc 3.x is incompatible with that
program's code .
(Furthermore, the project seems to be abandoned - its mailing list and
the one of its successor (http://www.blatte.org/) have been deserted for
about one and a half years, and there haven't been any updates, AFAICS.)
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