2009/10/3 Glen Barber <glen.j.bar...@gmail.com>:
> On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 10:04 AM, Vince Sabio <vi...@vjs.org> wrote:
>> I need to install zlib (not zlibc), and AFACT it is not included in ports.
>> When I look at the zlib web site, I see that there are several (not a lot,
>> but several) dependencies for the installation -- and I think, "OH NO, NOT
>> DEPENDENCIES!" Or something like that.
>> I blame it on ports. They have made me lazy. I am a victim. ;-)
> They should have meetings once a week or something... :-)
>> Anyway, and more to the point, am I missing something? Is zlib really not
>> included in ports? If not, is there an automated/semi-automated means of
>> installing it -- or am I back to the old days of installing dependencies
>> (I have had two servers go toes up in three days, so if I've missed the
>> obvious here, well, it wouldn't surprise me. Just administer clue in the
>> standard manner, and I'll get with the program.)
> I'll assume you mean the zlib compression library. I found a few with:
> cd /usr/ports; make search key="zlib"
Based on what I read at http://www.zlib.net/
The latest version (1.2.3) is in base:
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