Chris Whitehouse <cwhi...@onetel.com> wrote:
My suggestion is to start with a ports tree that is fixed in time.
Make that ports tree available as part of this package system and
compile a typical desktop set of ports ...
Isn't this exactly what is currently done as part of a release? The
ports tree is tagged so that a snapshot can be retrieved using csup,
and packages are built for publication on (for example)
It is but the difference in what I am imagining is the frequency which
would be much higher than releases. And answering more than your
question, the difference between this and the pkg_add system is that
this is based on a fixed ports tree, whereas pkg_add is based on a
rolling ports tree, so "
Granted this includes all package-distributable ports rather than a
"typical desktop" subset.
I know you wrote something else but I am too tired to respond or rather
to read it properly tonight.
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