I'm wondering if there is a reason that security/denyhosts uses
instead of the usual
This was introduced in r508909.
<<<ROOT@coral.acadix>>> /usr/ports/security/denyhosts 1063 # pkg info|grep py37
denyhosts-py37-3.1 Script to thwart ssh and imap attacks
py37-bz2file-0.98 Read and write bzip2-compressed files
py37-cairo-1.18.1_1 Python 2 bindings for Cairo
py37-cutadapt-2.7 Trim adapters from high-throughput sequencing reads
py37-dbus-1.2.14 Python bindings for the D-BUS messaging system
py37-dnaio-0.4.1 Read and write FASTQ and FASTA
py37-evdev-0.8.1_1 Bindings to the Linux input handling subsystem
py37-gobject3-3.28.3 Common files for the Python bindings for GObject
I can't find anything in the porter's handboook or Uses/python.mk indicating where SUFFIX should be used instead of PREFIX in PKGNAME.
Was this just a typo?
That's intended. It depends on how the port being used. I use prefix for python libraries and suffix for applications written in python.
OK, as long as I know PKGNAME is stable, I'm cool with whatever. I maintain scripts that do pkg installs, so I wanted to make sure this is not a bug that's going to be fixed in a way that breaks a script.
Hmm, I don't understand why it's maintainer-feedback+.