Created attachment 217664 [details]
patch against current svn
This updates to the new major release of Notcurses, 1.7.0, released 2020-08-30.
As there a reason why we can't use upstream release archive/tarball? (also suggested by 5.4.3 in Porter's Handbook)
Have you tried building using Poudriere?
We are using the upstream release tarball, so far as I'm aware. The one you point to is a stripped-down tarball released under the Debian Free Software Guidelines.
I have not used Poudriere; let me look into it.
Sounds great, any cons using the DFSG tarball?
It leaves out some demos due to media that conflicts with the DFSG, but honestly said media likely conflicts with FreeBSD requirements as well, so it's probably best to drop them. If that's what's desired, I'll move to it, and take a look at Poudriere.
^Triage: If there is a changelog or release notes URL available for this version, please add it to the URL field.
Committed with alterations and additions.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Sat Sep 19 05:29:35 UTC 2020
New revision: 548942
devel/notcurses: Update 1.6.11 -> 1.7.0
* Move build dependencies needed only for docs under the DOCS option
* Do not build docs when the option isn't chosen
* Install manpages into share/man because now this is allowed
Submitted by: firstname.lastname@example.org (maintainer)