FreeBSD Ports Search webpage is not usable

Pav Lucistnik pav at
Wed Dec 19 14:15:40 PST 2007

Кутейников Дмитрий píše v čt 20. 12. 2007 v 00:04 +0300:
> Web interface for ports collection is very inconvenient. I want to find
> package to install it by `pkg_add -r` command (because I don't have much
> time to build it from ports tree) but it's name on the site and in the
> package server differ. I've spent a lot of time trying to guess, what
> command I should enter to install : `pkg_add -r
>`, `pkg_add -r openofficeorg-23`, `pkg_add -r
> openofficeorg23`, `pkg_add -r` or `pkg_add -r
> openoffice-org_23`. It's unbearable! Look at
> It's simple. It gave me all information I need to know and I can type
> `apt-get install` or download precompiled package straight
> from the site.
> FIX: Show real package names in the search results and give a link to
> precompiled package.

Maybe this would work for you? It even got the pkg_add command line:

Pav Lucistnik <pav at>
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