FreeBSD Port: qtcreator-1.2.1: Not installable
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Wed Oct 28 13:09:47 UTC 2009
Adrian Glaubitz <adrian.glaubitz at googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 1:46 PM, Gary Jennejohn
> <gary.jennejohn at freenet.de> wrote:
> > The qtcreator port was created on May 7, 2009. Seems to me that 7.2R
> > is older than that. Obviously, qtcreator can't exist for 7.2R if the
> > port didn't exist when it was released.
> Well, ok. Seems another case of "different systems, different
> philosophies" here for me.
> My idea was that I was downloading the latest STABLE release of
> FreeBSD and I assumed that the ports directory always applies to the
> current STABLE version, noone should use a development version for
> daily use, should one.
The ports tree is being mopped up for each release.
The latest release was 7.2, so the latest ports tree known to be
pretty consistent is the one with the CVS tag RELEASE_7_2_0.
> Besides, the ports website doesn't list at all what versions of
> FreeBSD include this port as opposed to Debian, for example; I don't
> want to start a flamewar though. It's not really user-friendly, is it.
One way to do this e.g. for port editors/openoffice.org-3/:
and show only those with a certain tag:
pi at opsec.eu +49 171 3101372 11 years to go !
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