Yep.  You may create a port or get interested someone who is
familiar with FreeBSD ports system, submit it and once port will be in
main ports tree - Ch will be bundled and distributed (if allowed)
with main distribution.

ps: look for porters-handbook on www.freebsd.org for more information
about ports creation/maintaince.

On Fri, Mar 12, 2004 at 04:07:45AM -0500, Xiaodong Zhou wrote:
> Hello,
> We have developed a free C/C++ interpreter called Ch.
> It supports C99 and runs in Windows, Unix, Linux and Mac.
> We have many freebsd users asking us to port Ch  to freebsd.
> We are in close to finishing porting Ch to freebsd.
> I wonder if it is possible to have ch bundled with freebsd?
> More about Ch can be found at
>    http://www.softintegration.com
> Feel free to me know if you have any questions or suggestions.
> Best regards,
> Xiaodong Zhou, PhD
> SoftIntegration, Inc
> http://www.softintegration.com
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