ports/108114: [PATCH] audio/jackit: update to 0.102.28.s20061216

Jeremy Messenger mezz7 at cox.net
Sun Jan 21 06:00:02 UTC 2007

On Sat, 20 Jan 2007 12:01:24 -0600, <trasz at pin.if.uz.zgora.pl> wrote:

> On 0120T1714, Jeremy Messenger wrote:
>> Synopsis: [PATCH] audio/jackit: update to 0.102.28.s20061216
>> State-Changed-From-To: open->feedback
>> State-Changed-By: mezz
>> State-Changed-When: Sat Jan 20 17:13:09 UTC 2007
>> State-Changed-Why:
>> We have about 20 to 30 ports that depend on audio/jack, so is this  
>> update
>> going to break these ports? We can't break these ports just for a port.
>> http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=108114
> I don't think this patch can break those applications; i tested only
> audio/ardour, audio/xmms-jack and multimedia/mplayer, but changes to the
> 'audio path' are very small and i don't think that any of our current  
> ports use the MIDI feature.

Can you provide example(s) how to fix in case if one of port build breaks?  
I can send an email to the maintainers and give them a week to test their  
ports before I commit this patch.

> Also, i was told that JACK guys are pretty careful with what they commit,
> and this changes will be included in the next release anyway.

I do realized that it will be included in the next release, but that still  
doesn't change my comments. :-)


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