What the port license should be when software is "free for non-commercial use" with "click-to-accept" or clickwrap license?

Mathieu Arnold mat at FreeBSD.org
Tue Jul 3 07:06:50 UTC 2018

On Tue, Jul 03, 2018 at 06:33:43AM +0700, Eugene Grosbein wrote:
> 03.07.2018 6:17, Yuri wrote:
> >> It does. See mail/dcc-dccd for example.
> > But it doesn't ask to "agree" during 'pkg install dcc-dccd'.
> Yes. Meantime, you have several choices:
> 1) Mark the port NO_PACKAGE and/or no-pkg-mirror to force users use a port that

It is not no-pkg-mirror, in this case, it is no-auto-accept.

> 1a) builds software from source, or
> 1b) installs pre-build binaries bundled with distfiles (just like cvsup binary port did earlier);
> 2) Prepare and submit a patch for pkg itself to support this feature. It should be not hard to do.
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Mathieu Arnold
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