crees at bayofrum.net
Thu Oct 26 09:40:07 UTC 2017
You can use variable modifiers instead of the != ECHO (should also be ECHO_CMD)
I'll test and show you the changes later.
I'd be happy to commit the pgsql.mk changes myself.
On 26 October 2017 06:15:29 BST, "L.Bartoletti" <lbartoletti at tuxfamily.org> wrote:
>Hi Chris and all,
>I will propose soon a new patch for pgsql. Today you can select a
>version like this 9.2+, 9.5- but not with an interval like this 9.5-10.
>It was ready, but pending since months, in this PR #213038.
>Can you also take a look at this, or do you want to separate this other
>Since postgis24 is landing #222703
><https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=222703>, I have to
>rework on postgis.mk very soon.
>On 05.09.2017 20:47, Lbartoletti wrote:
>> Yes sorry. I wrote too fast :)
>> My patch is near to be ready. Just some tests to be sure.
>> Envoyé de mon smartphone BlackBerry 10.
>> Message d'origine
>> De: Chris Rees
>> Envoyé: mardi 5 septembre 2017 20:44
>> À: L.Bartoletti; ports at FreeBSD.org
>> Cc: pgsql at FreeBSD.org
>> Objet: Re: USES pgsql:plpython?
>> By the way, the syntax is:
>> USES= pgsql
>> WANT_PGSQL= plpython
>> The argument to USES is for version selection.
>> On 5 September 2017 19:33:53 BST, Chris Rees <crees at bayofrum.net>
>>> No reason at all... I just missed it out when I wrote that bit of
>>> pgsql.mk :)
>>> If you feel up to patching Mk/Uses/pgsql.mk (have a look at line
>>> add plpython and make another line below it to match the others).
>>> Please alphabetise the list while you're at it!
>>> If you can't get it to work, I'll do it.
>>> On 5 September 2017 19:25:41 BST, "L.Bartoletti"
>>> <lbartoletti at tuxfamily.org> wrote:
>>>> I prepare a port which needs plpython. Is there any reason that we
>>>> have the choice to write in our Makefile "USES pgsql:plpython"?
>>>> Only because there are no ports dependent upon this port? Can I add
>>>> to my diff?
>>>> Loïc Bartoletti.
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