Bug 37784 - [Maintainer Update] www/boa port (to 0.94.12 final release)
Summary: [Maintainer Update] www/boa port (to 0.94.12 final release)
Status: Closed FIXED
Alias: None
Product: Ports & Packages
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Individual Port(s) (show other bugs)
Version: Latest
Hardware: Any Any
: Normal Affects Only Me
Assignee: freebsd-ports mailing list
URL:
Keywords:
Depends on:
Blocks:
 
Reported: 2002-05-06 09:50 UTC by Alex Dupre
Modified: 2002-05-08 19:10 UTC (History)
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boa.diff (641 bytes, patch)
2002-05-06 09:50 UTC, Alex Dupre
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Description Alex Dupre 2002-05-06 09:50:01 UTC
Update to final release (no more rc). Add into ipv6 category.
Comment 1 dwcjr freebsd_committer 2002-05-08 15:41:46 UTC
State Changed
From-To: open->closed

Committed, thanks!
Comment 2 dwcjr 2002-05-08 16:09:47 UTC
 > pkg_version -t 0.94.12.r5 0.94.12
<


this means that the r5 has a greater number so I am going to set portepoch.


but note this for next time

 > pkg_version -t 0.94.12.5 0.94.12
 >

if you take the r out the version # will work correctly.  so make sure 
you pkg_version to keep track of it better.
Comment 3 dwcjr 2002-05-08 18:26:17 UTC
I must have been on crack when I wrote this.  I apologize deeply.  Anyone can see that I was completely wrong.
Comment 4 Alex Dupre 2002-05-08 19:00:57 UTC
David W. Chapman Jr. wrote:
>  > pkg_version -t 0.94.12.r5 0.94.12
>  <
> 
> this means that the r5 has a greater number so I am going to set portepoch.

Nope...I tried it and 0.94.12 is greater that 0.94.12.r5

-t      Test a pair of version number strings and exit.  The output con-
         sists of one of the single characters = (equal), < (right-hand
         number greater), or > (left-hand number greater) on standard out-
         put.  This flag is mostly useful for scripts or for testing.

< means right is greater than left.

				Alex Dupre
Comment 5 Alex Dupre 2002-05-08 19:00:57 UTC
David W. Chapman Jr. wrote:
>  > pkg_version -t 0.94.12.r5 0.94.12
>  <
> 
> this means that the r5 has a greater number so I am going to set portepoch.

Nope...I tried it and 0.94.12 is greater that 0.94.12.r5

-t      Test a pair of version number strings and exit.  The output con-
         sists of one of the single characters = (equal), < (right-hand
         number greater), or > (left-hand number greater) on standard out-
         put.  This flag is mostly useful for scripts or for testing.

< means right is greater than left.

				Alex Dupre
Comment 6 Alex Dupre 2002-05-08 19:00:57 UTC
David W. Chapman Jr. wrote:
>  > pkg_version -t 0.94.12.r5 0.94.12
>  <
> 
> this means that the r5 has a greater number so I am going to set portepoch.

Nope...I tried it and 0.94.12 is greater that 0.94.12.r5

-t      Test a pair of version number strings and exit.  The output con-
         sists of one of the single characters = (equal), < (right-hand
         number greater), or > (left-hand number greater) on standard out-
         put.  This flag is mostly useful for scripts or for testing.

< means right is greater than left.

				Alex Dupre
Comment 7 Alex Dupre 2002-05-08 19:03:32 UTC
David W. Chapman Jr. wrote:
> I must have been on crack when I wrote this.  I apologize deeply.  
> Anyone can see that I was completely wrong.

Ops, ok =) Ignore my last message. Eheh

				Alex Dupre