FreeBSD ports you maintain which are out of date
mat at FreeBSD.org
Fri Mar 11 17:13:07 UTC 2016
+--On 11 mars 2016 17:51:41 +0100 Martin Waschbüsch
<martin at waschbuesch.de> wrote:
|> Am 11.03.2016 um 13:41 schrieb Ryan Steinmetz <zi at FreeBSD.org>:
|> On (03/11/16 12:35), Raphael Kubo da Costa wrote:
|>> Mathieu Arnold <mat at FreeBSD.org> writes:
|>>> Someone already put:
|>>> PORTSCOUT= ignore
|>> I did that in r410199, and tried a different approach first in r410104.
|>> It's not clear to me why these reports are still being sent.
|> ignore: Set to 1 to tell portscout not to do any version checking at
|> all. Useful if, say, a particular port is not going to be
|> updated ever again, yet portscout still finds files that look
|> like updates.
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| Hi there,
| I was the person originally asking if we should not add PORTSCOUT=ignore
| to this port.
| To try and determine how this should be done. I was looking at both
| and the link mentioned on that page
| Seeing as neither the PORTSCOUT page in the handbook nor the linked page
| contain the syntax needed in this case, maybe we should add the link to
| to the porter's handbook?
Well, the best way would be to fix portscout so that it stops spamming with
this false positive. It did start when it was last updated.
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