FreeBSD Port: chmlib-0.3.1_1
barner at in.tum.de
Thu Sep 4 08:14:03 PDT 2003
> I've just downloaded (after portinstall chmlib)
> untargzipped it, then
> export CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include
> export LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib
> it works :)) it's a really cool application.
> I tought you could add it to the ports collection - I
> it is really a piece of pie for you.
> I hope this is helpfull.
Thanks for your interest in the ports collection which has already a lot
of great applications, and it could have even one more ... but we would
need to find a volunteer who is interested in getting that software into
the tree, and who knows how to port that software.
Re-reading my last paragraph I come to the conclusion that _you_ are the
ideal candidate. Seriously, here a lot of busy people, and every help
is gratefully accepted.
All you have to do is read through the Porters' Handbook (at least
the `Quick Porting' chapter) and choose one of the 9000+ examples in your
ports collection as a start. Of course, the mailing list will assist you
if you are stuck.
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