Created attachment 216699 [details]
The new port
This port is a Python library wrapping OpenCascade (OCCT), primarily for use by CadQuery (port to follow).
It is generated from files generated by the release. As such they are not strictly part of the release itself, which is why it was necessary not to use the GH_ functionality, as that only seems to be able to fetch the release file of the expected name, not any other files associated with the release.
I am working on another version of the port that will generate these files itself simply from the release, but this is proving difficult so may take some time, or even be beyond my abilities, so it makes sense to add this port now so that CadQuery can be used.
Thanks for your submission, some comments about this port:
- it doens't build on i386 (12 and 13 logs: https://people.freebsd.org/~lbartoletti/logs/py-ocp/) are you able to take a look?
- There are lint errors and warnings (`portlint -Nabt`), can you fix it please?
> as that only seems to be able to fetch the release file of the expected name
Can you open an issue upstream?
Created attachment 216876 [details]
New port Mk2
I failed initially to fix the portlint problems as everything I did based on it's errors just made it worse. What it was really saying is that it doesn't want blank lines between the DEPENDS sections, which I put there for clarity.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Sun Aug 16 12:53:48 UTC 2020
New revision: 545103
cad/py-ocp: create port
OCP is a Python wrapper for OCCT (OpenCascade) generated using pywrap
primarily used by CadQuery.
Submitted by: Neal Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org>