Replacing ghostscript-afpl with 'gpl' version

Gerard gerard at
Sat Mar 31 11:58:47 UTC 2007

The /print/ghostscript-afpl Makefile now has this notation in it:

1) /usr/ports/print/ghostscript-afpt


DEPRECATED= the leading edge of Ghostscript development is now under GPL 
license, use print/ghostscript-gpl instead


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I have several ports that depend on the 'afpl' version. If I were to 
place something like this in the /etc/make.conf file, would it force the 
use of the newer port in place of the older depreciate one?

1) /etc/make.conf




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