Ports with duplicate LATEST_LINKS
kris at obsecurity.org
Fri Feb 6 03:28:18 PST 2004
On Fri, Feb 06, 2004 at 06:22:03AM -0500, Trevor Johnson wrote:
> Kris Kennaway wrote:
> > The following list includes ports maintained by you that have duplicate
> > LATEST_LINK values. They should either be modified to use a unique
> > LATEST_LINK or suppressed using NO_LATEST_LINK, to avoid overwriting
> > each other in the packages/Latest directory. If your ports conflict with
> > ports maintained by another person, please coordinate your efforts with
> > them.
> > linux-netscape7 german/netscape7 riggs at rrr.de
> > linux-netscape7 french/netscape7 trevor at FreeBSD.org
> > linux-netscape7 japanese/netscape7 trevor at FreeBSD.org
> > linux-netscape7 portuguese/netscape7 trevor at FreeBSD.org
> > linux-netscape7 www/netscape7 trevor at FreeBSD.org
> These are marked RESTRICTED and NO_CDROM--is there really a problem?
Someone could still create package sets for internal use (e.g. within
> I was thinking of signing us up for Netscape's Browser Distribution
> Program--<URL:http://wp.netscape.com/bisdev/distribution/faq.html>--so we
> can put it on CD-ROM; I'll keep the LATEST_LINK thing in mind if that
That would be pretty useful.
> > linux_base emulators/linux_base ports at FreeBSD.org
> > linux_base emulators/linux_base-6 ports at FreeBSD.org
> This is fixed.
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