To port or not to port
adamw at freebsd.org
Sat May 17 18:18:06 PDT 2003
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>> (05.17.2003 @ 1709 PST): Colin Percival said, in 0.6K: <<
> Is there any general rule for when code should be an independent port
> vs. when it should be included in a different port?
> For the next version of security/freebsd-update I've written a binary
> diff/patch tool; it can certainly be used on its own, but I think it's most
> important user will be freebsd-update.
> Should I submit this as a separate port, or just build it as part of
>> end of "To port or not to port" from Colin Percival <<
If they may get updated independently, or if people may want one without
the other, take a look at the structure of sysutils/cdrtools and
vectors.cx >> adam at vectors.cx
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