This patch was submitted by dinoex.
It helps getting rid of the dependency on USE_X_PREFIX/USE_XLIB if the port
defines USE_IMAKE and has already been converted to new USE_XORG world order.
bsd.port.mk is portmgr territory (via the GNATS Auto Assign Tool)
This looks counterintuitive to me.
How about converting all ports that define USE_IMAKE today to USE_XORG
and then dropping the USE_X_PREFIX assignment completely?
Pav Lucistnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Linux is a happy free-for-all chaos.
On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 9:47 PM, Pav Lucistnik <email@example.com> wrote:
> This looks counterintuitive to me.
> How about converting all ports that define USE_IMAKE today to USE_XORG
> and then dropping the USE_X_PREFIX assignment completely?
It is the same, except we get the benefits of the conversion gradually
at the cost of introducing a temporary test.
Obviously, I forgot to mention that all ports defining USE_IMAKE and
USE_XORG will need to have a PORTREVISION bump.
On principle I'm not against your proposal, I'm just giving Martin
some time to breathe :-)
Being tested in an exprun
A bunch of ports failed in the exp run, they will need to be fixed before this
can go in.
Re-open, ports have been fixed.
A bunch of ports still fails. Logs sent to requestor in private mails
This was commited during xorg 7.4 merge.