libiconv on 10.0-RELEASE
nanotek at bsdbox.co
Sat Feb 1 07:50:07 UTC 2014
On 1/02/2014 6:45 PM, Guido Falsi wrote:
> On 02/01/14 08:42, Guido Falsi wrote:
>> On 02/01/14 08:36, nano wrote:
>>>>> I appreciate your advice, but I think I will wait before updating
>>>>> ports. Hopefully things get cleaned up a bit. I would not be happy if
>>>>> something breaks.
>>>> I understand. I still have not had a good look at r341775 and have only
>>>> built ports affected by it in poudrirere, and using them as binary
>>>> packages, which works fine.
>>> I may create a jail to somewhat emulate my live environment and conduct
>>> a test run to see if any problems arise.
>> As a personal suggestion, if you have the expertise to do that, you
>> should investigate using poudriere to build your own binary packages
>> repository and upgrade your live, production systems from there.
I do intend to setup my own repository with Poudriere but have been
delaying for some unknown reason (read: laziness). In fact, I think I
will do this in the next few days. It will make things much more efficient.
> Forgot to mention, if you're not using any non standard option in your
> systems and using only RELEASES, then you could directly use the
> packages from the official repositories.
I try to use packages where I can, but often programs require
non-default build options so I have to build from ports. I'm often
warned to not mix ports with packages; what is your take on this?
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