Created attachment 221830 [details]
* Update to g20200924 (git commit 57e2a01dedeaf353bced82e76942abeaed205b14)
* Remove USE_LDCONFIG (portlint says it was unnecessary because there are no libraries being installed in the lib*.so.[0-9] format)
* Update distinfo
No changelog but changed can be found through this: https://github.com/t6/portfmt/compare/11fdf0b5dcd9d7e5ca0686bcaca056d99b1d3688...57e2a01dedeaf353bced82e76942abeaed205b14
Tested in poudriere for 11-i386, 11-amd64, 12-i386 and 12-amd64. Passes portlint (although it complains about pkg-descr containing 26 lines).
I would offer to take maintainership, but the GitHub repo for this has been marked as archived and read-only.
Build and package info is available at https://gitlab.com/swills/freebsd-ports/pipelines/245798743
Thanks for the patch!
You gave maintainer-approval: Do you mean to take maintainership for the port ;) That would be great.
(In reply to Naram Qashat from comment #0)
> * Remove USE_LDCONFIG
I don't think this is correct. portfmt uses plugins (plugin.*.so) which will break without this option.
(In reply to Dmitri Goutnik from comment #3)
I think Dmitri is right.
I will put back USE_LDCONFIG=yes in the Makefile. Do you agree?
I wasn't aware that portlint was misreporting that, so yes, putting it back is fine.
As for maintainership, I would agree to take it, but as I mentioned in the initial report, the project appears to have become abandoned upstream. This might be the last update the port ever gets.
(In reply to Naram Qashat from comment #5)
Oops, sorry. I must have missed the part, where you mentioned maintainership and archived github project in your initial description.
So I will therefore leave the maintainership on ports@ as you originally intended. If necessary, this can still be changed ;)
A commit references this bug:
Date: Sat Jan 23 18:14:51 UTC 2021
New revision: 562407
ports-mgmt/portfmt: Update to g20200924
The GitHub repo for portfmt has been marked as archived and
read-only. So probably the current version is the last one.
Submitted by: Naram Qashat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Approved by: arrowd, tcberner (mentors, implicit)
Committed, thanks :)