On 2016-10-31, at 2:28 AM, René J. V. Bertin wrote: > > Probably an open door, possibly a forbidden one: it may be relevant here to > block concerned ports at the latest supported version for legacy platforms?
Although I think not needed for libsdl2 (which builds and works without issue on 10.6.8), this idea is a good one, needed, and in fact was about the first post I ever made on macports. (trac is down again, or I'd reference the post from about June). A collection of ports pegged to the 'last working' version is absolutely needed to make macports work on 10.4, 10.5, and 10.6. One Raimue explained how to do this, I set this up for my own use a while back, and shared it on github for others to use: https://github.com/ken-cunningham-webuse/TigerPorts https://github.com/ken-cunningham-webuse/LeopardPorts https://github.com/ken-cunningham-webuse/SnowLeopardPorts These are three shadow repos for such 'last known working' ports for these systems (and also a few fixes to allow some ports to work on these os versions that were never accepted into svn for one reason or another). Ken _______________________________________________ macports-users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.macosforge.org/mailman/listinfo/macports-users