apache 2.2 ports

Adam Weinberger adamw at adamw.org
Sun Sep 7 14:59:14 UTC 2014

On 7 Sep, 2014, at 6:31, olli hauer <ohauer at gmx.de> wrote:

> On 2014-09-06 17:24, Adam Weinberger wrote:
>> apache team -
>> So it seems that setting USE_APACHE=22 doesn’t actually depend on apache-2.2. This means that every USE_APACHE=22 port is broken, and as of right now won’t have any 10.1 packages.
>> I’m happy to go through and add "DEFAULT_VERSIONS= APACHE=22” to this ports, but I wanted to check with you guys first. Is that the right way to fix it? Is there something else that can be done to make USE_APACHE=22 actually depend on apache-2.2?
> Hi Adam,
> could you give the patch below a try?
> I've tested the patch with a small selection from USE_APACHE=(22|22+|24) ports and with the patch bsd.default-versions.mk does not overwrite the requirements.

That patch works perfectly for me. USE_APACHE=22, 22+, and 24 all do the right thing now.

However, it doesn’t check against bad values. USE_APACHE=42 just drops the apache dependency altogether... most other USE_* systems put out an error in that situation.

# Adam

Adam Weinberger
adamw at adamw.org

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