odhiambo at gmail.com
Mon Jun 7 08:21:32 UTC 2021
On Mon, Jun 7, 2021 at 10:21 AM Victor Sudakov <vas at sibptus.ru> wrote:
> Odhiambo Washington wrote:
> > > >
> > > > There were some errors, but they were easily cleaned up by
> installing the
> > > > missing pieces via pkg. Just to name one:
> > > > # pkg install p5-Locale-gettext
> > >
> > > This will not work in poudriere. I'd like to have a reproducible build,
> > > if possible, not some kind of one-time hack.
> > >
> > And suddenly you introduce another condition to your original request!
> My original request was:
> "Can you recommend an (unofficial) repository with the PHP 7.2 port? I
> need it to support a legacy installation of Moodle, but would not want
> to use an outdated ports tree snapshot."
> I think it's quite clear that the request was about a ports tree I can
> build from. If not, sorry about that.
I did not know that there are "poudriere" unofficial repos. I thought those
were personal builds.
> > > It's strange and alarming that nobody cares in the FreeBSD world. In
> > > Linux, you can install all versions from packages.sury.org, and what's
> > > more, you can even have different versions simultaneously on one
> > >
> > Then what stops you from migrating the legacy moodle to Linux??
> Nothing, actually, except my long-term preference for FreeBSD.
> It just saddens me to see migrations from FreeBSD to Linux and never vice
Solutions come in all forms. Inadequacies too.
So what FreeBSD cannot solve, Linux will probably solve. FreeBSD loses a
follower as Linux gains one.
In this case, though, you are taking the wrong approach - insisting on
running outdated code/
Your developer should update the code. If not, just look for the right
forum and share the problematic code and
you might get advice on how to update it.
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