Requesting Committer Attention for ports/184011
ryanrfrederick at gmail.com
Sat Mar 15 23:38:24 UTC 2014
On 3/15/14, 6:26 PM, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> On 15/03/2014 22:28, Ryan Frederick wrote:
>> I'd appreciate your help Matthew. I don't intend this patch to be an
>> end-all and be-all commit but rather a stopgap commit as part of
>> transitioning to a fork I've made of the original upstream
>> (https://github.com/rfrederick/check_ports). The original author ended
>> development three years ago, and since I use the port daily I'd like to
>> bring it up to speed as far as pkgng and staging support goes.
> OK -- no problem. Adding staging support is trivial. See
> If you're going to switch to a new fork of the code, then lets do that.
> I take it that means you're going to want to host the distfiles
> somewhere else? You can do it from github if you need to, but it's
> probably easier if you just make a tarball and stick it on a webserver
> Anyhow, send me what you have as a diff against the current port, and we
> can take it from there. Or rather, we can take it from there
> /tomorrow/. Time for me to retire for the night.
I'd like to try hosting the files from github since I'd like to try out
their release functionality, but if it looks to be too much of a hassle
I'll find somewhere else to host a tarball.
I'm out of town right now and have a very busy week ahead of me, so I'll
take things from this point when I have a chance to.
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