On Saturday 02 December 2006 21:26, Garrett Cooper wrote:
I've no idea about ruby, the patch is to MGPMrReadConfigure.c
My patch file is below.
$ cd /usr/ports/sysutils/portmanager/ && cat files/patch-no-ruby-support
--- libMGPM/src/MGPMrReadConfigure.c.orig Sat Dec 2 17:10:45 2006
+++ libMGPM/src/MGPMrReadConfigure.c Sat Dec 2 17:11:37 2006
@@ -190,9 +190,7 @@
MGmStrcpy( portupgradeFileName, PREFIXDIR );
MGmStrcat( portupgradeFileName, "/sbin/portupgrade" );
- if( MGrIfFileExist( rubyFileName ) &&
- MGrIfFileExist( pkgtoolsFileName ) &&
- MGrIfFileExist( portupgradeFileName ) )
+ if( 0 )
* run ruby script
I assume ruby follows the same conventions as many other procedural
languages ( 0 is false, non-0 is true).
If so, why are you preventing
the lines below if( 0 ) from running in your patch given above? Might as
well comment out or delete the following lines because they won't be
evaluated and run..
True, but that would be more effort, so I might as well not; and keeping it
simple reduces the chance of a conflict with a future patch. And it's not as
if anyone is ever going to permanently integrate this patch into the source
You do realize portupgrade is ruby based though, do you not?
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