spamprobe and Berkeley DB
vsevolod at highsecure.ru
Wed Jul 13 08:55:52 GMT 2005
Ade Lovett wrote:
> Ben Gross wrote:
>>First, thanks for keep the port up to date. Overall, the spamprobe port
>>works well. The only issue for me is it has an old berkeley DB port,
>>db4 hard coded which is less reliable than the newer Berkeley DB ports.
>>If the Berkeley DB selection code could be ripped from another port
>>such as www/apache2, security/cyrus-sasl2 or mail/ postfix and put in
>>the spamprobe port it would make it much easier to use db42 or even db43.
> A more logical approach would be to develop appropriate code for
> USE_BDB/USE_BDB_VER/WANT_BDB = (3,4,41,42, maybe even 185 for base
> system), and implement that in bsd.port.mk, in a similar manner to the
> MYSQL and PGSQL knobs.
I've already make this (so called bsd.bdb.mk). Should I send PR about it?
> It could even warrant a separate bsd.database.mk file where such things
Yes, but who is now working on this?
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