Date: Sun, 19 Dec 2021 16:33:09 UTC
mail/postfix is in git though, so the question then is why is it not also on www.freebsd.org. Have also seen references to mail/postfix35 that is not in git or on www.freebsd.org. We're maintain our own, local, mail/postfix35(.13.2) for libressl compatibility. It's not all that difficult (git checkout ...;vi Makefile; make makesum; ...) but given how many sites use libressl and how long postfix35 will be supported by Wietse (i.e, many years) am wondering if it's worth checking-in? On a similar note: is anyone is maintaing a local/custom port in Poudriere or know where that might be documented? Roger Marquis On Fri, 17 Dec 2021, Mel Pilgrim wrote: > On 2021-12-17 4:20, Michael Grimm via freebsd-questions wrote: >> I noticed today that mail/postfix and mail/postfix-current are missing on >> https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/ports.cgi?query=%5Epostfix+&stype=all&sektion=all > > They are there as postfix-sasl and postfix-current-sasl. That page has a bug > with flavours such that it does not list the port with the default/first > flavour. This is more obvious with the postfixadmin ports, which are listed > with php80, not the default, php74.