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

Eugene Grosbein eugen at grosbein.net
Tue Jul 3 14:43:11 UTC 2018

03.07.2018 14:06, Mathieu Arnold wrote:

>>> 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.

According to https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en/books/porters-handbook/licenses.html

> no-pkg-mirror
>   Free redistribution of package is prohibited. Equivalent to setting NO_PACKAGE.
>   The package will not be distributed from the FreeBSD package CDN https://pkg.freebsd.org/.

This is exactly what I'm talking about: preventing usage of a package
because pkg(8) does not honor "no-auto-accept" yet.

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