Re: New port with USES=gmake will not stage
euan at potensol.com
Thu Jun 11 06:21:23 UTC 2015
> > Oops, I just found a folder in the source tarballs packaging folder called "freebsd". And inside that is what looks like a fully baked port.
> > # ls work/opensips-1.11.5-tls/packaging/freebsd
> > Makefile distinfo files/ pkg-descr
> I just did a quick make with that, it still has some issues.
> But: Someone should submit the relevant stuff as PR and then
> it can be worked on.
Well, I'd like to be the maintainer and get it into shape. I'm still having problems with Kamailio 4.2.x from your port. It needs restarting all the time, even with WITH_PRESENCE and WITH_TLS disabled. I had no problems with 4.1.0 compiled manually on FreeBSD 8.3 with GCC 4.6.
I like the looks of OpenSIPS more. It has LTS, stable and dev branches. The documentation and website seems better. I heard Google uses OpenSIPS for Google Voice, and just found out that Grandstream (my preferred SIP phone manufacturer) uses OpenSIPS for their VoIP service. There's other reasons too, but I won't digress too much.
I think my problems with Kamailio stem from building with Clang. My 4.1 installation was rock solid. But there may have been other modules involved.
I really want an OpenSIPS port, and I'm going to work on it solidly for the next few days if I need to. I just need to solve this staging issue.
Regards, Euan Thoms
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