Created attachment 175181 [details]
Although Google Code is still available as Google Code Archive, ports based on it are marked as broken. This patch changes the source download site to github, as the project itself is moved there.
The configure script is not provided through the github release, so autoreconf is needed.
Poudriere log attached.
The last poudriere run seems to be corresponding to the old version. Please wait for the new version's result.
Created attachment 175188 [details]
last patch fail to add the dependency on libtool
Created attachment 175189 [details]
chinese/pyzy also needs to be moved, which is a dependency of this port. This would be resolved in another PR.
(In reply to Henry Hu from comment #3)
Or would you have a look of this PR:
(In reply to Wen Heping from comment #4)
That one does not work.
* It did not update the distinfo
* The open phrase database cannot be downloaded in this way
* The github repo does not contain configure (which is normal), so autoreconf is needed
I'm still trying to figure out how to deal with the open phrase database. It seems to be only hosted on google code, not github. If we don't want to use google code archive, then we may just drop this database.
Thanks for your contribution, Henry. When you upload a new patch and you think it's ready, please flag it with maintainer-approval(+) under attachment Details, which is preferred over summary hacks like adding "[maintainer]" to it.
Created attachment 178362 [details]
* Removed MASTER_SITES because USE_GITHUB
* Add direct dependency to glib
Created attachment 178363 [details]
One of its depends chinese/pyzy is currently marked by BROKEN.
Would you unbreak pyzy first ?
(In reply to Wen Heping from comment #9)
Please check PR 212735, which is depended by this port. My patch to unbreak pyzy was just committed, and that's the reason I worked on this port.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Thu Dec 29 06:28:56 UTC 2016
New revision: 429868
- Unbreak by change MASTER_SITES to github
Submitted by: email@example.com(maintainer)