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Re: Darwinports (was: Re: really attracting developers)


From: Yves de Champlain
Subject: Re: Darwinports (was: Re: really attracting developers)
Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2006 11:54:36 -0400

CVS is not going to work anymore, because darwinports moved to macports.org, but "port selfupdate" should still work. There was no good solution to the portgroup problem, it was finally integrated in version 1.3.2. Sorry for any inconvenience but apart from this, everything is supposed to build and install fine.

yves (gnustep maintainer for darwin/macports)

Le 06-09-05 à 08:34, Wolfgang Lux a écrit :

Wolfgang Keller wrote:

Just a question: did you try to use:

http://darwinports.opendarwin.org/ports/?by=name&substr=GNUstep

Yes.

The portfile for GNUstep is broken.

If this manifests itself with an error while gnustep-base is built, then the cause is likely that your darwinports tree and the darwinports programs are out of sync. The GNUstep portfiles make use of a port group file, which initially was installed by the gnustep-make package, but now seems to have
moved into the base tree.

So you either have the choice to update and reinstall the darwinports base
tree or you back up the GNUstep group to a version which installs the
necessary port group file. Skimming the change logs it looks like something
like
  cvs update -dP -D06/01/2006
should do the job.

Wolfgang




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