Re: sysutils/sge6[012]: Sun Grid Engine - still broklen due to utmpx?

2011-09-23 Thread Julian Elischer
On 9/23/11 12:04 AM, Hartmann, O. wrote: I was wondering if the SUN Grid Engine, located in port sysutils/sge6[012] is still broken due to utmpx. My department uses this GRID engine on Linux and since a long time I wish to use it also on FreeBSD. Are there alternatives? What are people using

Re: [HEADSUP][CFT] pkgng beta1 is out

2012-01-30 Thread Julian Elischer
On 1/30/12 4:39 AM, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: Hi, pkgng has just reached the beta phase, and has now found its way to the ports tree (disabled by default). 1/ Why pkgng? the name sucks though it would be good to fix it before it's built in everywhere. like windows NT, which it

ports and PBIs

2010-04-09 Thread Julian Elischer
sorry for the cross-post.. Last night at the Bay Area FreeBSD Users Group meeting we had a discussion about ports, and what is good about them and what is bad about them. This has been a topic of discussion quite a bit recently and we were looking for a solution that would allow us to keep the

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-10 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/10/10 12:20 AM, Garrett Cooper wrote: On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 11:28 PM, Sam Fourman Jr.sfour...@gmail.com wrote: On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 10:11 PM, Adam Vande Moreamvandem...@gmail.com wrote: On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 8:31 PM, Julian Elischerjul...@elischer.org wrote: Alfred Perlstein ,

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-10 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/10/10 10:36 AM, Sam Fourman Jr. wrote: I do have a question, assuming PBI's were merged officially into the FreeBSD ports tree, say I had PostgreSQL Server installed, via PBI. then I wanted to tweak a setting so I: cd /usr/ports/databases/postgresql84-server/ make deinstall clean

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-10 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/10/10 3:35 AM, Garrett Cooper wrote: On Sat, Apr 10, 2010 at 1:45 AM, Julian Elischerjul...@elischer.org wrote: On 4/10/10 12:20 AM, Garrett Cooper wrote: On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 11:28 PM, Sam Fourman Jr.sfour...@gmail.com wrote: On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 10:11 PM, Adam Vande

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-10 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/10/10 12:07 PM, Tim Kientzle wrote: Garrett Cooper wrote: If I'm understanding you correctly you're saying it's an issue when I do: pkg_add A B C # 1 year passes pkg_add D # D depends on A, B, C, of different revisions. pkg_add barfs because it can't find the applications, etc. This

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-10 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/10/10 5:43 PM, per...@pluto.rain.com wrote: [dropped current@ since it doesn't take non-member posts] Tim Kientzlekient...@freebsd.org wrote: The LD_LIBRARY_PATH issue is the most interesting problem here. I don't immediately see a solution that doesn't include teaching ld-elf.so.1

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-11 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/10/10 10:06 PM, Garrett Cooper wrote: It's more than just diskspace though. Consider the fact that now you're going to lose a lot of the memory sharing between shared libs and what-not, and now you'd have to be running N number of daemons . Take PCBSD for instance -- do they really

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-11 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/11/10 3:27 AM, Kostik Belousov wrote: I already pointed in the other reply in this thread, $ORIGIN dynamic token should solve the issue. See http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/817-1984/chapter3-13312?l=ena=view yes, teh question I have since I am not alinker expert is do we support it?

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-11 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/11/10 11:44 AM, Kostik Belousov wrote: On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 11:23:33AM -0700, Julian Elischer wrote: On 4/11/10 3:27 AM, Kostik Belousov wrote: I already pointed in the other reply in this thread, $ORIGIN dynamic token should solve the issue. See http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/817

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-11 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/11/10 12:20 PM, Kostik Belousov wrote: On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 12:13:12PM -0700, Julian Elischer wrote: On 4/11/10 11:44 AM, Kostik Belousov wrote: On Sun, Apr 11, 2010 at 11:23:33AM -0700, Julian Elischer wrote: On 4/11/10 3:27 AM, Kostik Belousov wrote: I already pointed in the other

Re: ports and PBIs

2010-04-13 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/13/10 12:09 AM, Lucas Holt wrote: On 4/10/2010 3:18 PM, k...@pcbsd.org wrote snip However for my more hard-core friends, nothing stopping you from running your own ports down the road, more power to ya! For doing something like embedded work or a server this makes total sense and I think

port for sysutils/fio update?

2010-10-24 Thread Julian Elischer
The upstream source for sysutils/fio has been updated specifically to fix some problems with FreeBSD and now compiles with no required patches, (and also works better on FreeBSD) It would be a very simple update for anyone who knows the ports system. Julian

Re: port for sysutils/fio update?

2010-10-24 Thread Julian Elischer
On 10/24/10 1:59 PM, Ruslan Mahmatkhanov wrote: 25.10.2010 00:16, Julian Elischer пишет: The upstream source for sysutils/fio has been updated specifically to fix some problems with FreeBSD and now compiles with no required patches, (and also works better on FreeBSD) It would be a very simple

freeBSD ports currency.

2009-07-30 Thread Julian Elischer
FreeBSd was just added to the survey of how fresh are the packages on a distro survey at: http://oswatershed.org/ I think we are doing ok.. it's preliminary data only and one should not read too much into it. julian ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org

Re: recent change to ifconfig breaks OpenVPN?

2009-08-01 Thread Julian Elischer
Stefan Bethke wrote: (Moving the discussion to -ports.) Am 31.07.2009 um 00:57 schrieb Matthias Andree: Am 31.07.2009, 00:36 Uhr, schrieb Bjoern A. Zeeb bzeeb-li...@lists.zabbadoz.net: Yeah that is as great as we are or rather were. So really, fix the openvpn scripts that assign the

question for both ports and current

2007-10-21 Thread Julian Elischer
In a move to support real krenel threads doing work in the kernel, the code that creates kerel processes has been renamed kthread_xxx to kproc_xxx teh following ports seem to reference the renamed functions in kld modules they create. I'm not a ports export so I'm not sure how to get a port

question for both ports and current

2007-10-21 Thread Julian Elischer
## resend as the original seems to have gotten hung up somewhere... In a move to support real krenel threads doing work in the kernel, the code that creates kerel processes has been renamed kthread_xxx to kproc_xxx teh following ports seem to reference the renamed functions in kld modules

Re: Transferring ports

2008-03-20 Thread Julian Elischer
Peter Pentchev wrote: On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 12:02:42AM +0300, Dmitry Marakasov wrote: The purpose is similar - creating jails out of host system in fast and easy way, possibility to strip everything unneeded (useful for secure minimal jails or flash/livecd/embedded installations of minimal

perforce port fails on 10.0

2014-06-23 Thread Julian Elischer
Gordon, I don't know if you have seen this but the p4 port fails on 10.0 unless you have the compat9 (or 8 or 7) port loaded first, as it is linked on 7.0 and requires libstdc++ which is no longer present. I don't know how dependencies are done on ports but I guess there should be some

Re: freebsd-ports Digest, Vol 391, Issue 10

2010-11-21 Thread Julian Elischer
On 11/21/10 4:00 AM, freebsd-ports-requ...@freebsd.org wrote: deprecated because: has not been developed for 10 years but is this a reason for deprecation if it still works? Julian ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org mailing list

snort port

2011-01-15 Thread Julian Elischer
I notice that a sourcefire person is offering to take on the snort port.. That's an offer worth investigating.. maybe the current maintainer can work with him.. Julian ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: poudriere: setting up jail failes

2014-08-11 Thread Julian Elischer
On 8/9/14, 2:43 AM, Bryan Drewery wrote: On 8/8/2014 11:46 AM, Matthias Apitz wrote: Hello, I'm setting up a jail with poudriere(8) to compile my ports; after some hours it is crashing with: # poudriere jail -c -j freebsd-head -m svn+http -v head ; date [...] mtree: illegal option -- N

Re: [HEADSUP] pkg(8) is now the only package management tool

2014-09-01 Thread Julian Elischer
On 9/1/14, 6:39 PM, Sam Fourman Jr. wrote: And for the portsnap users? In short, this change doesn't directly effect portsnap users. Portsnap is a tool that used to obtain a copy of the ports tree. Portsnap is only one way, another way to get a copy of the ports tree is by using subversion

Re: [HEADSUP] pkg(8) is now the only package management tool

2014-09-01 Thread Julian Elischer
On 9/1/14, 7:16 PM, Andrew Berg wrote: On 2014.09.01 20:51, Michelle Sullivan wrote: And for the portsnap users? In short, this change doesn't directly effect portsnap users. Sure about that? I'm sure of it. Your issue is with the tree itself, not the tool used to fetch it.

Re: [HEADSUP] pkg(8) is now the only package management tool

2014-09-02 Thread Julian Elischer
On 9/1/14, 7:59 PM, Michelle Sullivan wrote: Julian Elischer wrote: You should try arguing with someone like Bank of Americas security and operations department You work for the same company as me? in a past life, they were a customer. some day about whether they want to suddenly upgrade

Re: [HEADSUP] pkg(8) is now the only package management tool

2014-09-02 Thread Julian Elischer
On 9/1/14, 8:03 PM, Andrew Berg wrote: On 2014.09.01 21:39, Julian Elischer wrote: sigh.. when are we as a project, all going to learn that reality in business is that you often need to install stuff that is old. Its not always your choice. The custommers require it.. You should try arguing

Re: patch to bsd.ports.mk to support out-of-tree patches.

2015-03-24 Thread Julian Elischer
On 3/25/15 9:50 AM, Bryan Drewery wrote: On 3/24/2015 5:32 AM, Marcus von Appen wrote: Julian Elischer jul...@freebsd.org: [...] esac | ${PATCH} ${PATCH_DIST_ARGS} `patch_dist_strip $$i` ; \ done ) .endif +.if defined(EXTRA_PATCH_TREE) [...] +.endif .if defined

patch to bsd.ports.mk to support out-of-tree patches.

2015-03-23 Thread Julian Elischer
Hi, I've a need to keep soe changes outside of the ports tree, to allow me to tailor our installs. I could use the EXTRA_PATCHES setting, but I'd have to outline the patches every time and keep track of them one by one. Instead, I have adde dhte following to bsd.ports.mk: diff -u

Re: patch to bsd.ports.mk to support out-of-tree patches.

2015-03-24 Thread Julian Elischer
On 3/24/15 1:45 PM, Chris H wrote: On Tue, 24 Mar 2015 13:33:15 +0800 Julian Elischer jul...@freebsd.org wrote Hi, I've a need to keep soe changes outside of the ports tree, to allow me to tailor our installs. I could use the EXTRA_PATCHES setting, but I'd have to outline the patches every

compiling ports with --sysroot= and -isystem

2016-04-21 Thread Julian Elischer
How can I add entries (like the above) to a port compile? I want to ADD things to CFLAGS. If I add 'CFLAGS=...' to the build (for example, of lsof) it actually replaces all the CFLAGS already there. lsof (as the example) uses configure, so I would need to feed the added stuff into configure.

Re: compiling ports with --sysroot= and -isystem

2016-04-21 Thread Julian Elischer
On 22/04/2016 11:18 AM, olli hauer wrote: On 2016-04-22 04:04, Julian Elischer wrote: How can I add entries (like the above) to a port compile? I want to ADD things to CFLAGS. If I add 'CFLAGS=...' to the build (for example, of lsof) it actually replaces all the CFLAGS already there. lsof

suggested patch for bsd.ports.mk

2016-05-12 Thread Julian Elischer
This patch is pretty self explanatory. it allows us to keep patches for various ports separately in a sparse hierarchy while not having to write to the ports tree itself. In case the list scrubs hte text attachment (diff) here's the description part of the diff. >

Re: suggested patch for bsd.ports.mk

2016-05-13 Thread Julian Elischer
On 13/05/2016 3:26 PM, Andrzej Tobola wrote: On Fri, May 13, 2016 at 12:11:47AM +0800, Julian Elischer wrote: This patch is pretty self explanatory. it allows us to keep patches for various ports separately in a sparse hierarchy while not having to write to the ports tree itself. In case

Re: suggested patch for bsd.ports.mk

2016-05-13 Thread Julian Elischer
On 13/05/2016 3:19 AM, Julian H. Stacey wrote: Julian Elischer wrote: This patch is pretty self explanatory. it allows us to keep patches for various ports separately in a sparse hierarchy while not having to write to the ports tree itself. Nice idea ! I'll have a look. BTW I've had something

destination of makepatch target

2016-05-13 Thread Julian Elischer
The makepatch target makes the patches in FILESDIR. should it not make them in PATCHDIR? they are defined by default to be the same thing: PATCHDIR?= ${MASTERDIR}/files FILESDIR?= ${MASTERDIR}/files but it would seem to make more sense to have them appear in PATCHDIR

Re: suggested patch for bsd.ports.mk

2016-05-13 Thread Julian Elischer
On 13/05/2016 12:11 AM, Julian Elischer wrote: so who or what decides if I can put this in? As a long term committer from before there were ports, do I have access to it? do I need to get a ports mentor? (seems likely and would make sense).. do I apply somewhere? Or should I look for soemone

Re: old ports/packages

2016-05-02 Thread Julian Elischer
On 2/05/2016 8:39 PM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: +--On 2 mai 2016 18:39:57 +0800 Julian Elischer <jul...@elischer.org> wrote: | Hi guys, | | ok so I see: | | 2014-04-30 ports-mgmt/pkg_install: Replaced by ports-mgmt/pkg | | | So now how do enterprises maintaining appliances etc. generate pa

Re: old ports/packages

2016-05-03 Thread Julian Elischer
On 3/05/2016 2:31 PM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: +--On 3 mai 2016 12:02:13 +0800 Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org> wrote: | On 2/05/2016 8:39 PM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: |> +--On 2 mai 2016 18:39:57 +0800 Julian Elischer <jul...@elischer.org> |> wrote: |> | Hi guys,

Re: old ports/packages

2016-05-04 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/05/2016 1:54 AM, Kevin Oberman wrote: On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 11:31 PM, Mathieu Arnold <m...@freebsd.org <mailto:m...@freebsd.org>> wrote: +--On 3 mai 2016 12:02:13 +0800 Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org <mailto:jul...@freebsd.org>> wrote: | On 2/

old ports/packages

2016-05-02 Thread Julian Elischer
Hi guys, ok so I see: 2014-04-30 ports-mgmt/pkg_install: Replaced by ports-mgmt/pkg So now how do enterprises maintaining appliances etc. generate packages for old systems? (yeah I know about chroot/jails etc.) but we have it embedded into several workflows that deliver stuff that is not

Re: freebsd-update and portsnap users still at risk of compromise

2016-08-10 Thread Julian Elischer
consider: cd /usr/ports svn{lite} co https://svn.FreeBSD.org/ports/head /usr/ports make index rm -rf /usr/sbin/portsnap /var/db/portsnap/* I'd also be interested in hearing from hardenedbsd users regarding the pros and cons of cutting over to that distribution. Roger On 2016-07-29 09:00,

Re: Passwordless accounts vi ports!

2016-08-11 Thread Julian Elischer
On 11/08/2016 1:16 PM, Ngie Cooper wrote: On Aug 10, 2016, at 22:05, O. Hartmann wrote: I just checked the security scanning outputs of FreeBSD and found this surprising result: [...] Checking for passwordless accounts: polkitd::565:565::0:0:Polkit Daemon

best way to tune ports to add a CLFAGS entry

2016-06-28 Thread Julian Elischer
At work I am doing various cross compiles in order to make a product under freebsd that actually will run under a modified FreeBSD that runs on an appliance. We want to get away from hand rolling everything to leverage all teh work in getting ports working well on FreeBSD. We have some extra

Re: best way to tune ports to add a CLFAGS entry

2016-06-29 Thread Julian Elischer
On 29/06/2016 12:01 PM, Chris H wrote: On Wed, 29 Jun 2016 00:52:51 +0800 Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org> wrote At work I am doing various cross compiles in order to make a product under freebsd that actually will run under a modified FreeBSD that runs on an appliance. We want to ge

Re: best way to tune ports to add a CLFAGS entry

2016-06-29 Thread Julian Elischer
On 29/06/2016 8:43 AM, Alfred Perlstein wrote: On 6/28/16 9:52 AM, Julian Elischer wrote: At work I am doing various cross compiles in order to make a product under freebsd that actually will run under a modified FreeBSD that runs on an appliance. We want to get away from hand rolling

Fwd: ipfw divert filter for IPv4 geo-blocking (port?)

2016-08-01 Thread Julian Elischer
Is there a ports committer who could take this in? Since this announcement, he's made several fixes and enhancements, including the ability to directly populate ipfw tables with country ranges etc. Very useful, and we should have it in ports, probably in net-mgmt/ I've kicked the tires and it

Re: [SOLVED] Segfault in OpenSSL even though ports GnuTLS demanded (irssi and loudmouth)

2016-08-01 Thread Julian Elischer
On 2/08/2016 5:16 AM, Bertram Scharpf wrote: On Thursday, 28. Jul 2016, 17:56:46 -0400, Jung-uk Kim wrote: On 07/28/16 05:37 PM, Bertram Scharpf wrote: On Thursday, 28. Jul 2016, 15:37:00 -0400, Jung-uk Kim wrote: On 07/28/16 02:02 PM, Bertram Scharpf wrote: Program received signal

please fix the pkg downloads system

2017-02-08 Thread Julian Elischer
please work on having the "Latest" image in a directory that has the cvs revision number in its name and make the current names just be links to there. I ONCE AGAIN (for the third time) got half of one release (432891) and half of another (433120) because the newest snapshot of the pkgs was

Re: ports and dependency hell

2017-02-08 Thread Julian Elischer
On 8/2/17 3:17 am, Grzegorz Junka wrote: On 07/02/2017 18:03, Julian Elischer wrote: This is a serious post on a serious issue that ports framework people seem unaware of. (...) The call "It just works under linux, select the versions you want of each package and type make" is o

Re: (Relevant?) article on package mgmt at lwn.net

2017-02-08 Thread Julian Elischer
On 5/2/17 7:18 pm, Kurt Jaeger wrote: Hi! There's an article on package mgmt, also referencing the topic of language-specific package mgmt, at lwn.net: Package managers all the way down https://lwn.net/Articles/712318/ very relevant FreeBSD ports/pkg issues are taking close to 50% of my

Re: unable to build java in poudriere

2017-01-26 Thread Julian Elischer
system to build it or using the FreeBSD repo to download it. Sorry if this isn't helpful. Someone else may have a better solution. Good luck, Ultima On Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 5:48 AM, Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org <mailto:jul...@freebsd.org>> wrote: On 25/1/17 6:3

Re: unable to build java in poudriere

2017-01-25 Thread Julian Elischer
n Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 8:56 PM, Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org <mailto:jul...@freebsd.org>> wrote: from he log file: (see below) This dies almost immediately. Do we need to prime the build with an older java? (e.g. the bootstrap pkg)? If so why does poudri

Re: unable to build java in poudriere

2017-01-25 Thread Julian Elischer
On 25/1/17 6:30 pm, Julian Elischer wrote: On 25/1/17 10:36 am, Ultima wrote: Sorry Julian but your details are kind of vague. Are you on head? I'm not sure when my last build for openjdk7 or 8 were but I have them built in my repo. Is there enough memory on the system building

unable to build java in poudriere

2017-01-24 Thread Julian Elischer
from he log file: (see below) This dies almost immediately. Do we need to prime the build with an older java? (e.g. the bootstrap pkg)? If so why does poudriere not do this? I actually want jdk8 but iti insists on building 7 first, which fails. Since I don't care about 7 I can prime the pump

Re: ports and dependency hell

2017-02-09 Thread Julian Elischer
On 9/2/17 11:02 pm, Steve Wills wrote: Hi Julian, On 02/07/2017 13:03, Julian Elischer wrote: [...] I found this all confusing and vague, but it sounds like what's happening is you need older versions of some software for whatever reason and to provide that you are pulling older versions

Re: [CFT] emulators/open-vm-tools{,-nox11} update to 10.1.0

2017-01-22 Thread Julian Elischer
On 20/01/2017 5:59 AM, Steve Wills wrote: Hi, I'd like anyone possible to test an updated version of emulators/open-vm-tools{,-nox11}. I have the patch here for those who wish to build themselves: https://people.freebsd.org/~swills/open-vm-tools/open-vm-tools-10.1.0.diff And for those who

Re: recent change to vim defaults?

2017-01-17 Thread Julian Elischer
client, sorry for tofu and html scrap On 15/01/2017, 22:48 Benjamin Kaduk <ka...@mit.edu> wrote: On Mon, Jan 16, 2017 at 12:03:08AM +0800, Julian Elischer wrote: > I noticed that suddenly vim is grabbing mouse movements, which makes > life really hard. > > Wa

Re: standard settings for ports.

2017-01-18 Thread Julian Elischer
On 19/01/2017 1:28 AM, Trond Endrestøl wrote: On Thu, 19 Jan 2017 01:25+0800, Julian Elischer wrote: pointers appreciated... Try something like this in /etc/make.conf: DEFAULT_VERSIONS=apache=2.4 bdb=6 firebird=2.5 gcc=4.9 ghostscript=9 lua=5.2 mysql=5.7 perl5=5.22 php=5.6 pgsql=9.5 python

Re: poudriere: devel/llvm39: runaway_process

2017-01-18 Thread Julian Elischer
On 19/01/2017 5:49 AM, Craig Leres wrote: My poudriere build servers have been unable to build devel/llvm39 ever since some ports changed from llvm37 (January 17th?) The error is runaway_process and this happens during the package phase. It looks like pkg-static spins for one hour at which

jdk7 broken in some way?

2017-01-18 Thread Julian Elischer
last night I had poudriere try build jdk8 but that required jdk7 which didn't build. I think itwanted jdk6 or maybe bootstrap-openjdk. whatever it needed (it said it couldn't make a java vm) it didn't do it. I thought poudriere would set up everything needed.. Is there anything special

Re: recent change to vim defaults?

2017-01-18 Thread Julian Elischer
On 19/01/2017 11:18 AM, Julian Elischer wrote: On 19/01/2017 1:37 AM, Adam Weinberger wrote: On 18 Jan, 2017, at 10:35, Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org> wrote: On 17/01/2017 1:23 AM, Adam Weinberger wrote: On 16 Jan, 2017, at 9:25, Baptiste Daroussin <b...@freebsd.org> wro

Re: recent change to vim defaults?

2017-01-18 Thread Julian Elischer
On 19/01/2017 1:37 AM, Adam Weinberger wrote: On 18 Jan, 2017, at 10:35, Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org> wrote: On 17/01/2017 1:23 AM, Adam Weinberger wrote: On 16 Jan, 2017, at 9:25, Baptiste Daroussin <b...@freebsd.org> wrote: On Mon, Jan 16, 2017 at 12:03:08AM +0800, Jul

Re: poudriere: devel/llvm39: runaway_process

2017-01-18 Thread Julian Elischer
On 19/01/2017 5:49 AM, Craig Leres wrote: My poudriere build servers have been unable to build devel/llvm39 ever since some ports changed from llvm37 (January 17th?) The error is runaway_process and this happens during the package phase. It looks like pkg-static spins for one hour at which

Re: pending PRs [ports] -[lightsquid],[pftop]

2017-01-16 Thread Julian Elischer
On 16/01/2017 3:01 PM, Franco Fichtner wrote: Hi, Please have a look at either one of: https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=215313 https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=215900 you should say what the patches are abut so the right people know to look at them

Re: Aw: recent change to vim defaults?

2017-01-15 Thread Julian Elischer
On 16/01/2017 4:04 AM, Carsten Kunze wrote: Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org> wrote: I noticed that suddenly vim is grabbing mouse movements, which makes life really hard. Was there a specific revision that brought in this change, and can it be removed? Of course this behavi

standard settings for ports.

2017-01-18 Thread Julian Elischer
I know there are some standard setting one can set.. make ports shows 8 but I know there are many more. like what version of perl you want to use throughout your system or whether you want to use openssl from ports or system or what version of python.. or whether to use some version of

Re: recent change to vim defaults?

2017-01-18 Thread Julian Elischer
On 17/01/2017 1:23 AM, Adam Weinberger wrote: On 16 Jan, 2017, at 9:25, Baptiste Daroussin <b...@freebsd.org> wrote: On Mon, Jan 16, 2017 at 12:03:08AM +0800, Julian Elischer wrote: I noticed that suddenly vim is grabbing mouse movements, which makes life really hard. Was there a sp

Re: recent change to vim defaults?

2017-01-18 Thread Julian Elischer
On 18/01/2017 5:03 PM, Raimund Sacherer wrote: I have to put mouse=v to get the behavior I am used to. Best doesn't really work for me. vim is still taking mouse events ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: [CFT] emulators/open-vm-tools{,-nox11} update to 10.1.0

2017-01-20 Thread Julian Elischer
On 20/01/2017 5:59 AM, Steve Wills wrote: Hi, I'd like anyone possible to test an updated version of emulators/open-vm-tools{,-nox11}. I have the patch here for those who wish to build themselves: the problem we had with the existing on is that it ended up installing vi dependencies, a LOT

recent change to vim defaults?

2017-01-15 Thread Julian Elischer
I noticed that suddenly vim is grabbing mouse movements, which makes life really hard. Was there a specific revision that brought in this change, and can it be removed? ___ freebsd-ports@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: dependency explosions

2016-10-05 Thread Julian Elischer
On 5/10/2016 2:20 PM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: Le 05/10/2016 à 22:04, Julian Elischer a écrit : Another thing that might be good woudl be a way to tell ports "remove all the ports that were just build dependencies". pkg autoremove hmm I didn't know that would remove build deps fo

Re: dependency explosions

2016-10-04 Thread Julian Elischer
On 3/10/2016 5:14 AM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: Le 01/10/2016 à 04:35, Julian Elischer a écrit : There is a need for a "minimum" install of a lot of packages. Some dependencies are often optional, and can be unchecked by running make config. Such a 'minimum' install shoul

Re: dependency explosions

2016-10-05 Thread Julian Elischer
On 5/10/2016 1:39 PM, Miroslav Lachman wrote: Julian Elischer wrote on 10/05/2016 22:04: On 4/10/2016 11:38 PM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: Le 05/10/2016 à 05:18, Julian Elischer a écrit : On 3/10/2016 5:14 AM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: Le 01/10/2016 à 04:35, Julian Elischer a écrit : There is a need

Re: dependency explosions

2016-10-05 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/10/2016 11:38 PM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: Le 05/10/2016 à 05:18, Julian Elischer a écrit : On 3/10/2016 5:14 AM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: Le 01/10/2016 à 04:35, Julian Elischer a écrit : There is a need for a "minimum" install of a lot of packages. Some dependencies are ofte

dependency explosions

2016-09-30 Thread Julian Elischer
Hi ports people. It seems to me that there has been an explosion in ports dependencies recently. Things that used to need a few dependencies are now pulling in things one would never imagine. We just had to add the openjdk7 port to something and the number of dependencies is at 120 and rising

Re: dependency explosions

2016-10-03 Thread Julian Elischer
On 3/10/2016 5:14 AM, Mathieu Arnold wrote: Le 01/10/2016 à 04:35, Julian Elischer a écrit : There is a need for a "minimum" install of a lot of packages. Some dependencies are often optional, and can be unchecked by running make config. but you can never really know the effect. th

Re: ports capable of coping with --relocate?

2016-10-09 Thread Julian Elischer
On 9/10/2016 10:35 PM, Julian Elischer wrote: for packages I'm using : * PKG_DBDIR=/$(FOO)/var/db/pkg pkg add --relocate /$(FOO) $(PKGNAME)* to build up an image in location "$FOO" that I can tar up and install onto a machine. however some other ports fail to find that a depe

ports capable of coping with --relocate?

2016-10-09 Thread Julian Elischer
for packages I'm using : * PKG_DBDIR=/$(FOO)/var/db/pkg pkg add --relocate /$(FOO) $(PKGNAME)* to build up an image in location "$FOO" that I can tar up and install onto a machine. however some other ports fail to find that a dependency has been installed.. e.g. libglib2 is installed in

Re: harder and harder to avoid pkg

2016-10-14 Thread Julian Elischer
On 13/10/2016 10:33 AM, RW via freebsd-ports wrote: On Tue, 11 Oct 2016 11:59:47 -0700 Julian Elischer wrote: As the number of dependencies between packages get ever higher, it becomes more and more difficult to compile packages and the dependence on binary precompiled packages is increased

Re: harder and harder to avoid pkg

2016-10-14 Thread Julian Elischer
On 13/10/2016 5:42 AM, David Demelier wrote: 2016-10-12 10:04 GMT+02:00 Andrea Venturoli : On 10/12/16 09:24, Matthieu Volat wrote: And GNU/Linuxes can be a PITA when you have to track -dev(el) packages (which sometimes really requires -bin, -app or whatever), or worst,

Re: gcc5 dependency challenges

2016-10-14 Thread Julian Elischer
On 14/10/2016 12:48 AM, Dewayne Geraghty wrote: After some rudimentary performance testing I note that we get up around 3% improvement in application performance when we use gcc5 for our package builds. However building ports with gcc results in gcc5 being a dependency. Examining ldd, we find

Re: harder and harder to avoid pkg

2016-10-14 Thread Julian Elischer
On 14/10/2016 4:27 AM, Matthieu Volat wrote: On Fri, 14 Oct 2016 13:05:35 +0200 David Demelier wrote: 2016-10-14 11:22 GMT+02:00 Baptiste Daroussin : It is imho doable in both sides. We could imagine tagging the plist/manifest so pkg can allow a

private ports and pkgs versioning

2016-10-17 Thread Julian Elischer
Is there a standard way of naming a pkg that is locally compiled (maybe with a different set of options, or a local patch) so that it doesn't get confused with generic ports that are from freeBSD.org? I want to use mostly standard pkgs but need to compile a few myself (this can't be an

really to pkg people

2016-11-28 Thread Julian Elischer
Is it at all possible for the ports/pkg people to QUIT DELETING STUFF! It's most disconcerting when a quarterly collection of packages disappears and one has nowhere to get new packages that match all the ones out in the field. Since 10.3 is the latest 10 release and the release_3 collection

harder and harder to avoid pkg

2016-10-11 Thread Julian Elischer
As the number of dependencies between packages get ever higher, it becomes more and more difficult to compile packages and the dependence on binary precompiled packages is increased. However binary packages are unsuitable for some situations. We really need to follow the lead of some of the

Re: harder and harder to avoid pkg

2016-10-11 Thread Julian Elischer
On 11/10/2016 12:51 PM, olli hauer wrote: On 2016-10-11 20:59, Julian Elischer wrote: As the number of dependencies between packages get ever higher, it becomes more and more difficult to compile packages and the dependence on binary precompiled packages is increased. However binary packages

Re: harder and harder to avoid pkg

2016-10-11 Thread Julian Elischer
to have the ability to have two manifests. We are doing similar to what Roger says, but it's just so much work... -Alfred On 10/11/16 11:59 AM, Julian Elischer wrote: As the number of dependencies between packages get ever higher, it becomes more and more difficult to compile packages

Re: harder and harder to avoid pkg

2016-10-12 Thread Julian Elischer
On 12/10/2016 1:13 AM, Vlad K. wrote: On 2016-10-11 20:59, Julian Elischer wrote: are unsuitable for some situations. We really need to follow the lead of some of the Linux groups and have -runtime and -devel versions of packages, OR we what woudlbe smarter, woudl be to have several &quo

Re: what is the purpose of the quarterly ports branches?

2016-12-13 Thread Julian Elischer
On 7/12/2016 10:12 PM, George Mitchell wrote: On 12/06/16 21:59, Jason Unovitch wrote: On Mon, Dec 05, 2016 at 10:48:20PM +, Ben Woods wrote: On Tue., 6 Dec. 2016 at 4:44 am, Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org> wrote: they are effectively useless because the results are not ar

Re: (In)Stability of the Quarterly Branch

2016-12-14 Thread Julian Elischer
Please add my voice to this.. It's not really that much that needs to be done. lets just call it 'learning from experience' Also, the quarterly PACKAGES should be kept around a bit longer too. and the pkg archives need to be in a layout that the system installer can be pointed at them in 4

Re: The ports collection has some serious issues

2016-12-12 Thread Julian Elischer
On 8/12/2016 8:28 PM, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: On Thu, Dec 08, 2016 at 05:16:24AM +, Daniil Berendeev wrote: Hello guys! First of all, it's not a hate mail, I appreciate all the work done on the system and I enjoy using FreeBSD every day. But after some recent experience I'd like to

Re: The ports collection has some serious issues

2016-12-12 Thread Julian Elischer
On 8/12/2016 6:05 PM, Vlad K. wrote: On 2016-12-08 06:16, Daniil Berendeev wrote: I mean, they are the FIRST landing point of a change. And the only QA we ask for that change is a confirmation that poudriere and portlint have been run, the rest is at liberty of committers how far they'll go

Re: openldap-client vs openldap-sasl-client

2017-01-14 Thread Julian Elischer
On 5/01/2017 6:44 PM, Julian Elischer wrote: On 5/01/2017 6:30 PM, Jan Bramkamp wrote: On 04/01/2017 18:32, Andriy Gapon wrote: Do you I understand correctly that it is impossible now to install both samba44 and libreoffice using the official FreeBSD package repository? Or samba44 and KDE

Re: suggested patch for bsd.ports.mk

2017-01-14 Thread Julian Elischer
On 4/01/2017 4:05 AM, Kurt Jaeger wrote: Hi! I got several "yes please" from members of the public, but no actionable response from members of the ports group So I am asking again. I'd also like to have this patch. If I look at the PR, mat is already working to integrate it. yes though

Re: jython on FreeBSD 10 ports

2016-12-03 Thread Julian Elischer
On 3/12/2016 12:46 AM, Ruslan Makhmatkhanov wrote: Julian Elischer wrote on 12/02/2016 17:19: On 29/11/2016 1:57 PM, Ruslan Makhmatkhanov wrote: Julian Elischer wrote on 11/29/2016 08:34: Ruslan, I'm just wondering if the 404 is supposed to be removed from the email address I have

Re: FOCAL

2016-12-03 Thread Julian Elischer
Some friends and I have a pdp8 here.. we replaed the bulbs with leds about 25 years ago, but last time we tried it, it still ran.. model number escapes me.. its currently at a friend's place. It was the controller for a DISTEC (?) display, the predecessor for the wonderful gt40 and used as a

what is the purpose of the quarterly ports branches?

2016-12-05 Thread Julian Elischer
they are effectively useless because the results are not archived, and the quarterly pkg branch actually changes day by day, so making two machines from the same quarterly branch can give you different machines (making it useless for paying work) not to mention that if you use the quarterly

Re: FreeBSD Port: samba43-4.3.11_1 and 44 and 45

2017-01-02 Thread Julian Elischer
On 23/12/2016 3:10 AM, Jane wrote:' what this requires is someone to track it.. how about *you* :-) tracking a port and sending in Makefile updates is not too hard if you keep on top of it.. Hi, Is it me or is it lately impossible to keep samba ports updated to their latest security

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