graphics/geos has an option to enable a PHP module but it has the 5.4 port hardcoded:
I'd prefer this use USE_PHP= yes or whatever is more appropriate for supporting the currently installed version of PHP. I got it to compile with php 5.2 and we'll be testing it shortly.
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It does work with PHP 5.2, and now we're moving to PHP 5.3 and I have to
adjust it again.
It looks like there was a period where you had 4 consecutive maintainer timeouts, which is enough to get the port reset (easily).
Since then you were active twice, but that was in 2013, during the same timeframe as this PR.
Can you respond quickly to this PR?
Otherwise we'll probably have to reset the port and make the suggested change, but I'd certainly rather you stay in charge.
mcdouga, for your part, you should provide an actual patch rather than describe the problem and solution.
If I don't see any response from you pretty quickly, I'm going to lose interest in this PR and release it back to the heap.
If you want me to take this PR seriously, please provide a patch or at least respond so I know you're looking at this.
If mcdouga9 responds and you don't, I'm going to set this port as unmaintained. I may do that regardless.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Sun Jun 15 13:38:37 UTC 2014
New revision: 357881
graphics/geos: Fix PHP option, reset mainatainer
The PHP option was hardcoded to lang/php5, but it reportedly works on other
versions of PHP. It also installs a PHP module, so it should have had a
run depends on PHP as well as a build depends (hence the revump)
* Remove USE_LDCONFIG, I don't see why it's here
* convert USE_BZIP2
* Reset maintainer due to history of timeouts and non-responsiveness to
* respect 80 columns
Submitted by: mcdouga9 (egr.msu.edu)
Fixes by: marino
I just knocked something out in light of the non-responsiveness on all parties.