On Wed, 5 Feb 2003 11:07:40 -0000 , [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Adam
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>>> (02.05.2003 @ 0248 PST): local.freebsd.questions said, in 0.3K: <<
>> Anyone like to shed any light on why a lot of the
>> multimedia ports seem to be getting renamed recently?
>> I see -esound appearing as a suffix on a lot of package
>> names (frinstance xmms). And I don't have Enlightentment
>Is this a separate question, or is this the renaming you refer to? ESD
>is not restricted to Enlightenment. It's how GNOME handles sound.
That was indeed it. While running portupgrade I have seen a number
of "the port has been renamed" messages, and usually they have
grown an -esound on the end of the name.
Here's an extract from pkg_info:
>esound-0.2.29 A sound library for enlightenment package
>libmikmod-esound-3.1.10 MikMod Sound Library
>mplayer-gtk-esound-0.90.0.103_1 High performance media player/encoder
> many forma
>xmms-esound-1.2.7_3 X Multimedia System --- An audio player with a Winamp
hence my reference to Enlightenment.
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