FreeBSD Bugzilla – Bug 191467
[PATCH] ftp/phpwebftp: update to 3.3b and apply for maintainership
Last modified: 2014-08-11 14:50:11 UTC
Created attachment 144233 [details]
- Stage and apply for maintainership
- Update to 3.3b
- Use @sample in pkg-plist
Port maintainer (acm@FreeBSD.org) is cc'd.
Generated with FreeBSD Port Tools 0.99_7 (mode: update, diff: SVN)
Over to current maintainer.
Adam, you staged this port recently. Can you handle this PR? ask for a new patch, whatever? I think you assign the port to the committer too.
removing "stage" from title to avoid false positives in search
A commit references this bug:
Date: Mon Aug 11 14:39:51 UTC 2014
New revision: 364617
Update to 3.3b.
Submitted by: Marco Steinbach
Committed with some small modifications. Good work on this patch, Marco, and thanks for being patient.
The iregex prevented the new .sample file from being installed, so I simplified it by removing the only file we don't care about and then just installing everything. As a bonus that lets us simplify the rest of the Makefile and the plist.
I am uncomfortable reassigning maintainership from a committer without his approval. John is part of portmgr; I'll leave it up to him to decide what the right thing is to do there.
(In reply to Adam Weinberger from comment #5)
> I am uncomfortable reassigning maintainership from a committer without his
> approval. John is part of portmgr; I'll leave it up to him to decide what
> the right thing is to do there.
Actually, I'm just a hyperactive regular guy. I am a thorn in portmgr side. :)
acm@ has said a few times that he can't maintain all of his ports right now, and many have already been reverted. This would have been one of those reversions had this PR not blocked the reset.
I'm pretty confident that acm@ will not mind giving the port to a good home.
(In reply to John Marino from comment #6)
> Actually, I'm just a hyperactive regular guy. I am a thorn in portmgr side.
You should join lurkers! You certainly do tons of that level of work already.
> I'm pretty confident that acm@ will not mind giving the port to a good home.
Done, thanks for the clarification!