print/gv uses pswrite when ghostscript9 has ps2write
khellman at mcprogramming.com
Tue Sep 19 04:48:29 UTC 2017
print/gv's installed /usr/local/share/gv/gv_system.ad expects a pswrite
device, but print/ghostscript9-agpl-base and print/ghostscript9-agpl-x11
(one of the these satisfies print/gv's USES requirement by default)
provide only ps2write (at least that is my interpretation).
I've generated a patch to correct the issue (it also fixes up some
minor "porters" conventional things such as filename(s) in files/)
but I'm unclear how the system can be clear that it is ghostscript9
installed instead of ghostscript8, or 7. As such I'm concerned my
patch is insufficient.
While I comfortable with build systems and programming, this is my first
foray into freebsd packages and patch generating, so any guidance would
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