New spanish category
Jose M Rodriguez
josemi at freebsd.jazztel.es
Wed Oct 20 06:03:59 PDT 2004
El Miércoles, 20 de Octubre de 2004 13:49, Oliver Eikemeier escribió:
> Jose M Rodriguez wrote:
> > I'm trying to get an spanish category.
> I guess we already agreed that a (virtual) spanish category should be
> > My original PR ports/67531 is quite outdated and now suspended.
> Yup, the port shouldn't add `spanish' as the first category.
> > Also, seems that a virtual branch before a real one is not so good
> > idea.
> Why? We use virtual categories whenever there are not enough ports to
> justify the creation on a subdirectory.
I can easy repo-copy things form other locale-oriented categories. but
if we go virtual first, this is not so easy.
I think this can't be take as a net/net-mgmt thing. It's all about a
dozen of ports.
Other languages get:
ports/arabic: -> 8
ports/french: -> 26
ports/german: -> 29
ports/hebrew: -> 8
ports/hungarian: -> 10
ports/japanese: -> ... (a lot)
ports/korean: -> ... (a lot)
ports/polish: -> 16
ports/portuguese: -> 16
ports/russian: -> 37
ports/ukranian: -> 10
ports/vietnamese: -> 16
My initial patch cover all that I know really related to a spanish
locale now in the tree.
My initial reference was ports/portuguese.
I'm sure to be able to reach portuguese functionality after directory
creation and maintain it.
I'm afraid this is not the same with a virtual category. I'm not so
profident with the FreeBSD ports system.
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