Man pages compressed with bzip2
Loren M. Lang
lorenl at alzatex.com
Thu Jun 2 22:56:26 GMT 2005
An application I am porting comes with it's manpages already formatted
and compressed with bzip2, though freebsd doesn't support bz2 manpages,
AFAIK. But if it does, I don't think the ports framework can handle it
as there doesn't seem to be anyway to specify the compression format for
manpages. What is the best solution to this?
Should I just write a post-build target that will decompress it and
recompress it as gz and just add bzip2 as a dependency or should I just
include a gzipped version in the files directory?
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