Removal of Portmanager
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Tue Jan 15 12:46:08 UTC 2013
On 15 Jan 2013 12:31, "Boris Samorodov" <bsam at passap.ru> wrote:
> 14.01.2013 12:56, Matthew Seaman пишет:
> > On 14/01/2013 08:43, Boris Samorodov wrote:
> >> 13.01.2013 20:22, Chris Rees пишет:
> >>> Pkgng is also part of the ports tree nowadays, and portmanager must
> >>> it. The old pkg_install suite will be removed soon. Portmanager needs
> >> That threaten me a bit. Will pkg_install be removed soon from all
> >> supported versions?
> > pkg_tools are going to be around for at least the duration of
> > 8.3-RELEASE which comes out of support some time in April 2014 --
> > see the road map here:
> > https://wiki.freebsd.org/pkgng/CharterAndRoadMap#Road_Map
> > However the plan is that pkgng should become the default packaging
> > system for all releases from now on. It's already the default in 10.x,
> > and at some point relatively soon it should become the default in
> > stable/8 and stable/9. (Delayed because of the current lack of package
> > building systems, inter-alia)
> OK, "relatively soon" in pair with "when server infrastructure is ready"
> is much better that just "soon".
> > All this means is that you will have to put stuff in /etc/make.conf in
> > order to use pkg_tools, rather than the situation now, where you have to
> > put stuff in /etc/make.conf in order to use pkgng.
> And not "will be removed" but "the default will be changed".
> What a relief! ;-)
> Thanks Matthew, and sorry Chris for me being so paranoid.
I'm sorry for not being specific :)
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