FreeBSD Port: squidGuard-1.4
mad at madpilot.net
Wed Jan 21 09:35:50 PST 2009
On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 10:26:19AM -0500, Rick Chisholm wrote:
>> I agree. I was thinking if it could be acceptable to add an option to
>> the port for installing/not installing the sample blacklists and not
>> adding those to the plist anyway. This could be easier to handle.
>> Perhaps also more logical.
>> With this change a note on deinstall to check and remove by hand the
>> folder should also be added, obviously.
> That might make more sense, esp. if a user has created numerous large
> dbs rather than downloading them from a 3rd party. It wasn't disastrous
> for me since I upgraded a test server first, but it would be preferable
> if the upgrade didn't touch the db dir or squidGuard.conf.
As I said that was behaviour already present in the port logic. I will
make some experiments in this direction and modify the port as needed.
Only doubt I have is, how will tinderboxes react to this kind of
Guido Falsi <mad at madpilot.net>
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