xview-clients port and the bento log
Pedro F. Giffuni
giffunip at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 29 21:17:59 PDT 2003
I'll be working on cleaning the Xview mess and probably also merging xview and
xview-clients. The other BSDs have done some level of cleaning, but I want to
do more :).
FWIW, if someone feels like working on this, there's a nice application that
would look nice in the ports tree:
Robot - a scientific open-source graph plotting and data analysis tool
--- Erik Trulsson <ertr1013 at student.uu.se> wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 28, 2003 at 08:37:10AM -0700, Pedro F. Giffuni wrote:
> > Your patch is an option, another one is merging xview-clients into xview. I
> > think the best would be to do something like ghostscript-x11 does, merge
> > xview-clients patches into the xview port and add the Clients target from
> > xview-clients port.
> Yes, that would probably be the best solution. My patch is more of a
> temporary workaround that can be used until somebody comes up with a
> proper fix.
> There can't be too many people around who use the xview port without
> also using the xview-clients port so merging the ports sounds like a
> good idea.
> > Yeah, it's quite a job and it has to be done with some care.
> Indeed. I am not volunteering. :-) At least for the near future I
> don't have the time ncecessary to do it.
> <Insert your favourite quote here.>
> Erik Trulsson
> ertr1013 at student.uu.se
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