Re: cvs commit: ports/www/apache13-modssl Makefile ports/www/apache13-modssl/files apache.in ports/www/apache20 Makefile ports/www/apache20/files apache2.sh.in ports/www/nginx Makefile ports/www/nginx/files nginx.sh.in ports/www/nginx-devel Makefile ...
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On 03/27/10 22:17, Philip M. Gollucci wrote:
> I didn't mean to speak for nginx......
My mistake then, sorry about that.
I hope it's clear by now that the changes I'm making are no-ops, and I
think I've made it clear in previous posts on the subject that the goal
is to remove the related (stale) code from bsd.port.mk. The change isn't
large, but it is overdue, and will also allow me to remove
BTW, while doing all of the grep'ing through the ports tree I've
noticed, in no small part to your efforts, that we're down to only 17
ports that have USE_RC_SUBR= yes (one of which is deprecated and expires
next month). Several of those are using scripts from their source
distributions, for which "yes" is a reasonable solution. I think I've
sent mail to all the rest encouraging the maintainers to consider a change.
... and that's just a little bit of history repeating.
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