[ports-amd64@pointyhat-west.isc.freebsd.org: ap13-mod_bandwidth-2.1.0 failed on amd64 7.4-release]

Philip M. Gollucci pgollucci at p6m7g8.com
Mon Jan 17 23:04:06 UTC 2011

If the only source of the .c is clement and he is not active, then I'd
say upstream is gone.  I'd be tempted to mark it deprecated/expires.

However, if this works, I'm fine with it too.

>  post-install:
> +       @${ECHO} "@unexec ${SED} -i '' '/AddModule mod_bandwidth.c/d'
> %D/etc/apache/httpd.conf" >> ${TMPPLIST}
>         @${INSTALL_SCRIPT} ${WRKSRC}/cleanlink.pl ${LOCALBASE}/sbin
Why did the pkg-plist change ?  There's better ways to do this anyway,
see the other mod_ ports in www/.

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