recent portrevision bump for libvpx

Alexander Leidinger Alexander at
Fri Feb 17 14:47:30 UTC 2012

Quoting Alex Dupre <ale at> (from Fri, 17 Feb 2012 12:08:39 +0100):

> Alexander Leidinger wrote:
>> When I made the EXPLICIT_PACKAGE_DEPENDS patch, I noticed that there is
>> not only libtool at fault (reaction of the libtool developers was IIRC:
>> it's not trivial to fix known problems for the cross-building case (for
>> libtool-1.x?)), but also pkg-config and similar things
> Yes, I know, it's correct what you say, but this doesn't prevent to  
> improve things. I'm not saying that tomorrow we'll have a perfect

I didn't tell it to prevent things. Just to make sure everyone knows  
the state of afairs.

> ports tree where all and only direct dependencies will be listed,  
> but if we don't even start...
> Currently we have exactly the opposite case: ports that have direct  
> (maybe not needed) dependencies to libraries that are not recorded  
> in Makefiles. This is the root cause of "portmaster -r" or  
> aggressive bumps.

It could be an option to call the script in each tinderbox build and  
verify the result with what is available in LIB_DEPENDS. This would  
require extending the script with recent additions to USE_GNOME,  
USE_X11, ...


BOFH excuse #383:

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