Porting an application that requires another port to be
chris at sigd.net
Tue Jan 18 07:46:43 PST 2005
Someone broke the silence:
> I finally got the time to try to port Maia MailGuard.
> One of the requirement is to have amavisd-new patched.
> Only two options I can see..
> 1. Communicate with the maintainer of amavisd-new to ask for
> an additional arguement like "WITH-MAILGUARD" and patch file will be
> in the files dir.
> 2. Set up the Maia MailGuard to do the patching instead.
Allow me to add #3.
Quoted from David Morton off the Maia MailGuard users mailing list:
"The current state of things has a replacement for amavisd-new, called
amavisd-maia. That means that the default amavisd-new can be left in
place, but inactive, while amavisd-maia runs on a slightly modified
amavisd.conf (but I assume an upgrade to amavisd-new package would not
actually modify the amavisd.conf, would it?)."
3. Create a port named amavis-maia.
> Any suggestions?
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