Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2022 22:54:27 UTC
On 10/26/22 09:03, email@example.com wrote: > can MariaDB 10.6 (a LTS release) be added to the list of supported MySQL default > versions? > > It's currently missing. > Mk/bsd.default-versions.mk: > # Possible values: 5.6, 5.7, 8.0, 10.3m, 10.4m, 10.5m, 5.7p, 5.7w > MYSQL_DEFAULT?= 5.7 Mk/Uses/mysql.mk has version specific lines on parts which makes it appear that 106m is a supported value. That is just a listing from Mk/bsd.defaults-versions.mk as a comment which should be updated to reflect that support unless it is actually missing. Porter's handbook should also be updated to represent an accurate list of values (or leave the text open ended telling users where/how to find valid options). Have you tried setting 10.6m despite the text and had issues? If just trying to use the latest for building ports against, you want to set "DEFAULT_VERSIONS+= mysql=10.6m". I thought I recalled trying to set the other variable directly as I thought that's how I used to do it and ports tree prompted me to use that instead. It was several weeks ago I had recently played with trying to set overrides to move away from mysql. Only port I have where I intended it to matter was dspam but it failed to build if >105m was set last I tried; also failed with pgsql15 when it was prerelease but now seemed to pass at least that build (unless I messed up setting it) though I didn't go back to testing/looking at mariadb build of it. Many other ports were forced into a rebuild on that poudriere run without build issues.