mozilla -> gtk2 should bump portrevision

Joe Marcus Clarke marcus at
Wed Feb 18 17:18:40 PST 2004

On Wed, 2004-02-18 at 18:21, Palle Girgensohn wrote:
> Hi,
> The move to let mozilla build with gtk2 by default, shouldn't it qualify 
> for a portrevision bump? It does install a different binary...

The thought was nothing has really changed from an end-user perspective,
so a bump wasn't necessary.  Plus, we wanted to make sure users had a
chance to read the HEADS UP and CHANGES messages before trying the

...However, things don't always work out that way.  The -gtk2 users were
greeted with a hidden PORTREVISION bump when mozilla-gtk2 was rolled
into mozilla.  This breaks apps like epiphany and galeon2 (I need to
bump their PORTREVISIONs).  Users of the GTK+-1.2 version of Mozilla
should be okay for now, though.  They can switch to -gtk1 at their


> Regards,
> Palle
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