On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 7:51 PM, Jeremie Courreges-Anglas
<j...@wxcvbn.org> wrote:
> The switch to explicit FLAVORS is almost complete, there are two
> remaining ports, luaposix and lualdoc.
> lualdoc is packaged as a library that supports flavors, but afaik it is
> a standalone tool.  Debian for example packages it as "lua-ldoc", not
> "lua5.1-ldoc".
> Here's a diff to switch it to a standalone tool.  Since x11/awesome is
> its only consumer, I used MODLUA_VERSION = 5.2 so that people that build
> from source don't need to install two lua versions (well, that's
> cheap...).
> I added a @pkgpath so that people who have lua52ldoc installed can
> transparently upgrade, but should I also add bin/lua51 and bin/lua52
> symlinks?  I'd prefer not...
> Bonus: x11/awesome/patches loses weight.
> Thoughts?

Reads ok to me, but why have you removed doxygen too?

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