Mailscanner update -- changes to the port
kkobb at skylinecorp.com
Tue May 17 11:38:50 UTC 2011
On 5/15/2011 6:38 AM, Chris Rees wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just finished working on the update for MailScanner, and I've
> changed a few things that have annoyed me loads-- perhaps it's been
> irritating for you too!
> I've removed the extra targets for initial configuration etc, and
> moved them into a pkg-install script, which means that it also does
> the Right Thing when being installed from packages; no more messing
> about doing manual moves of the million .sample files installed!
> Since I know loads of people rely on this port, please would people
> try this out and let me know of any issues? Patch at  and shar at
> Before people ask why I haven't done the usual method of putting lines
> in pkg-plist for config files, take a look at how many there are...
>  http://www.bayofrum.net/~crees/patches/mailscanner-4.83.5.patch
>  http://www.bayofrum.net/~crees/patches/mailscanner-4.83.5.shar
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Did some quick testing on a non-production machine, and it seemed to
work OK. Not so sure you need to get rid of the CHANGES.port file as I
think it is more FreeBSD specific than just the upstream change log.
However, it probably isn't a big deal either way.
I'll keep working with it and let you know if I run across anything strange.
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