Unifying WWW: pkg-descr lines for cpan ports

Pav Lucistnik pav at FreeBSD.org
Sat Sep 10 16:36:33 PDT 2005

Garance A Drosihn píše v so 10. 09. 2005 v 19:32 -0400:
> At 6:22 PM -0400 9/10/05, Bill Fenner wrote:
> >
> >The disadvantage of this second phase is that if the port is for
> >an older version of the module, that the WWW: URL will point to
> >the most recent version.
> I am a little uncomfortable with this.  If I understand this right,
> this means the "download" step of a port will succeed, only to have
> the "checksum" step fail.  I suspect that will be confusing for
> users, and they will then ask about their mysterious file-corruption
> problems on the mailing lists.
> Or maybe I've just got the wrong idea of what this means...

This is all about changing WWW lines in pkg-descr, right?
No one's touching Makefile or distinfo.

Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
              <pav at FreeBSD.org>

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