ports/71658: graphics/xsane update 0.93 -> 0.97

Dominik Brettnacher domi at saargate.de
Fri Oct 29 10:00:48 UTC 2004

The following reply was made to PR ports/71658; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Dominik Brettnacher <domi at saargate.de>
To: Oliver Lehmann <oliver at FreeBSD.org>
Cc: freebsd-gnats-submit at FreeBSD.org, sean-freebsd at farley.org
Subject: Re: ports/71658: graphics/xsane update 0.93 -> 0.97
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 11:54:50 +0200 (CEST)

 On Tue, 26 Oct 2004, Oliver Lehmann wrote:
 > I'm wondering, how it's possible to reproduce the crash? I've tried
 > several (color) previews and (color) scans with my old AGFA SnapScan 310,
 > but got no crash @FreeBSD 4.10. I've even tried acquiring a preview of an
 > image which started dark, and ended up in a light white. That made all
 > prior versions (up to 0.92 - no newer versions tried) coredump. Now it
 > works.
 I think it is the nature of bugs like these that they aren't easy to
 reproduce - after all it seems to be a compiler bug.
 > Anyway, with that change, it should be possible, to strike out -O:
 > .if ${OSVERSION} < 500035
 > .endif
 > Dominik:
 > Is it ok for you to commit with that change? (So no new compiler would NOT
 > be needed for FreeBSD 4)
 I'm fine with it. Could you create a patch against the current xsane
 port, so that one of the committers could apply it?
 At the moment, I am spending a few months abroad without a FreeBSD machine
 at hand. Therefore I would be very glad if you could do me that favor.

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