new port for zapping no interest ?
itetcu at people.tecnik93.com
Tue Sep 27 04:43:13 PDT 2005
On Tue, 27 Sep 2005 12:43:40 +0200
Baptiste Daroussin <baptiste.daroussin at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've first send my new port (first I've made) in this ml, then follow
> the instruction given to me (thanks to all) and sent a PR, but no one
> seems to have a look to it :
> Perhaps I've made a mistake (sent by the web interface to send-pr) as
> my sendmail isn't configured.
> It's now 6 days I've sent it...
> The ports is functionnal as I use it every day for a week now.
> Is it the "normal" behaviour, a wait time for the ports acceptance or
> did I forgot something ?
First all all, thanks for your work.
Ideally a PR with a new port should pass all tests, so the commiter
doesn't have to do much work beside testing and the actual commit.
The usual wait time for a new port is about 2 weeks, but this can vary;
we have only so many commiters and they have a lot of work to do; the
best shape the new port is the greater the chances to be committed
Your ports has a 3 big problems: no $FreeBSD$ tag for cvs, the
PORTVERSION is illegal and has no MAINTAINER. For this to reasons the
port can't be committed.
I will send you a patch for the things I see wrong in an hour. You
should reply to your PR with the corrected version of the port.
Unregistered ;) FreeBSD "user"
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