Jim Stapleton wrote:
That's primarily because Gentoo is about the most bleeding edge you can
get in the opensource OS 'market'. FBSD ports tend to be more tested and
lag behind Gentoo portage quite a bit or do not offer some software
packages that are available in FBSD.
yeah the ports make me fell in love with FreeBSD, the only thing that
close to FreeBSD ports is the gentoo portage, note came close but not
really at par.
yeah, portage wasn't bad, but it wasn't as clean as ports either. More
errors, more fixing.
Also, I'm not sure when you guys tried Gentoo, but as of late (within
the past ~1 year), the quality of the packages and system as an OS has
improved quite a bit, in the sense that many stable items now install
and work properly in the OS. Another off-topic comment I admit, but I
thought it should be mentioned...
I'd like to see portage in FBSD though, since ruby is pretty kludgy.
Either that or a different means of recording package data and
dependencies (been thinking of Perl for a while..).
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