Ports depending on FORBIDDEN ports

Pav Lucistnik pav at FreeBSD.org
Sat Jul 21 22:20:06 UTC 2007

Greg Lewis píše v pá 20. 07. 2007 v 23:30 -0600:

> > The misc/compat3x port is unlikely to ever be fixed and therefore it would
> > seem reasonable to deprecate both it and the following ports that depend
> > on it:
> > java/gj-jdk11            Extension of the Java programming language that supports generic types
> Should be removed.  Modern versions support generics natively.

Only the jdk11 slave, or whole java/gj?

> > java/jdk11               Java Development Kit 1.1
> > java/jdk12               Java Development Kit 1.2
> Should be removed, as should all JDKs < 1.4 except for jdk13.

So should I axe all the linux-*13 too?

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

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