tk85 Port Maintenance

Joseph a Nagy Jr jnagyjr1978 at
Sun Nov 4 14:49:00 UTC 2012

On 11/02/12 06:21, Pietro Cerutti wrote:
> On 2012-Oct-31, 12:41, Joseph a Nagy Jr wrote:
>> On 10/31/12 11:55, Pietro Cerutti wrote:
>>> On 2012-Oct-31, 11:28, Joseph a Nagy Jr wrote:
>> <snip>
>>>> New diff[0], undoing some of the earlier changes even though portlint
>>>> complains:
>>>> portlint ~/port-maintenance/tk85/
>>>> WARN: Makefile: unless this is a master port, COMMENT has to be set by
>>>> "=", not by "?=".
>>> This *is* a master port, so it's ok to have COMMENT?=
>>>> WARN: Makefile: "LIB_DEPENDS" has to appear earlier.
>>> This should be fixed as portlint suggests.
>>>> WARN: Makefile: no port directory
>>>> /usr/ports/lang/tcl${SHORT_TK_VER}-thread found, even though it is
>>>> listed in LIB_DEPENDS.
>>> I would try and use USE_TCL instead of LIB_DEPENDS here
>>>> WARN: Makefile: LIB_DEPENDS don't specify the ABI version number .2 in
>>>> Xft.2 unless it is really necessary.
>>> This should be fixed as portlint suggests.
>>>> 0 fatal errors and 4 warnings found.
>>>> [0]:
>>> I'll have a look at it on Friday, thanks!
>> Going ahead to make those changes, old pastebin link is defunct.
>> New diff with all changes:
> This won't apply, either. Could you provide a diff as dumped by svn diff
> in tk85's directory?

Try this diff:

portlint complains about two lines using 'tr' instead of '${TR}' in four
different spots but its the only other change that I made - going on
complaints from portlint - that I could think of that are keeping this
from working. If you can think of anything else, let me know.

Yours in Christ,

Joseph A Nagy Jr
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