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Re: MacPorts GNUstep

From: Andrea D'Amore
Subject: Re: MacPorts GNUstep
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 19:17:14 +0200

2011/4/14 Ivan Vučica <address@hidden>:
> I took the existing portfiles and adapted that; something wrong with that?
> :-)

> Hosting on SVN is also a good solution for me, since I have an SVN server
> set up already.

Have you tried using a svn checkout as your local repository?

sources.conf file at ${prefix}/etc/macports/ says:
  "To prevent a source from synchronizing when `port sync` is used,
append [nosync] at the end"
so my guess is "port sync" will update all sources, unless said not to.

> I'd be very interested in something like this, but I wanted to have a
> sort-of-a-bleeding edge set of packages that I could safely play with,
> deploy to other people and see what happens, without affecting the stuff in
> macports.

Those would be reviewed before being committed, I don't see a problem with that.
When you can submit a patch feel free to do so on the Trac.

> I  haven't updated the files in Dropbox with gnustep-back patch
> that Eric has provided in this thread.

Eric's patch is 0.17.0 while -backend stable is listed as 0.18.0, I'd
stay with stable.

> I'll take some time ASAP and prepare something that can be added to
> Macports. Testing can always be done later :)
> --
> Ivan Vučica



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