Created attachment 217007 [details]
Port's autojump version is very old and doesn't work with python2, so I'm updating it. Since it seems to be abandoned I'm also adopting it.
The MAINTAINER field is firstname.lastname@example.org which doesn't match your bugzilla account. Can you use that account to comment to verify that email? Thanks.
I've updated my email address to email@example.com. Sorry about that.
@Michel Are you able to provide the update as a unified diff against the last known revision? Details are here:
- Use PORTVERSION=22.5.3 DISTVERSIONPREFIX=release-v
Since this installs scripts into locations that aren't Python version-specific (eg: /usr/local/bin), you'll want to use USE_PYTHON=concurrent to automatically suffix these files with the Python version its being built for, so these dont conflict for multiple concurrent installations.
See also: https://wiki.freebsd.org/Python/PortsPolicy#concurrent
Created attachment 217031 [details]
@Kubilay I've applied your suggestions, thank you. I've also submitted an unified diff.
@Kubilay and @Li-Wen do I need to do anything else? Since this is my first freebsd bug report I'm a little lost.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Tue Aug 11 07:50:23 UTC 2020
New revision: 544671
Readd sysutils/autojump, faster way to navigate your filesystem
Submitted by: Michel Boaventura <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Readded, with some minor fixes like plist to the port.
BTW, I somehow feel that this port is more like an utility and not a nor contains python module, the chance of needing concurrent installation is really low. Focus on the system's default and keep the possibility to override the python version to use is enough. I don't object having the ability, though.
Thank you @Li-Wen. I will take in account what you've changed on my next commits.