irc/weechat-devel hasn't been undated since Feb 2014.
In constrast, the stable version of weechat has been updated twice with releases since this.
Since weechat-devel isn't doing what it was created to do (track weechat before the release), can it be removed? In generate, -devel should never be older than stable. At the version least, IGNORE should be set in these cases (where they are only temporarily equal, but soon after -devel should be newer again).
BTW, somebody just mentioned to me that irc/weechat is also two release versions behind. It is at 1.1.1, but 1.3 is out since August 2015.
I have found this too. It broke my config since I expected it to be newer.
okay, this PR timed out so I'll remove the port soon.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Sat Oct 10 21:28:49 UTC 2015
New revision: 399024
irc/weechat-devel: Deprecate for removal (31 Oct 15)
The weechat-devel port has been behind the stable weechat for a long
time and its presence has caused confusion. Rather than mark IGNORE
temporarily, set removal in motion because stable is updated so frequently
that there is no point to a -devel port
Approved by: maintainer timeout