On Feb 23, 2021, at 15:44, James wrote:
> I looked, and looked at the forums how do I reply to list only?
Press the Reply All button, then delete the recipients you don't want to send
We got through the winter storms but now there's a new problem. The SSD that
the buildmaster VM is stored on and that boots up VMware ESXi is failing. I'm
currently setting up a new ESXi startup disk and trying to find a temporary
disk I can move that VM to to get us back up and running.
On Feb 20, 2021, at 00:54, Richard L. Hamilton wrote:
> Thank you for the information, and for your work!
> Question: if someone changed their configuration as you mentioned to get
> Portfiles from GitHub, would they EVER (in principle) see a version of a
> Portfile that would NEVER make it
On Feb 19, 2021, at 21:38, Richard L. Hamilton wrote:
> While in principle most updates that fetch source might still work, I've seen
> few if any since the outage began, and I'm curious about that. Haven't seen a
> fetch failure, just no updates showing up.
The buildmaster is also
On Feb 19, 2021, at 15:14, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> On Fri, 19 Feb 2021, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> As I said in my previous message from December:
>> * Don't forget to Reply All so the conversation stays on the list.
> Better still, set
Build servers remain offline. Since my last update, power was out here for 32
hours but is back on now. Power is restored in most of Austin but the Texas
electric grid operator still asks us to conserve electricity.
On Feb 17, 2021, at 15:49, Alex Alexandrov wrote:
> I have same problem with building gdb for macbook pro m1.
> Do you have any suggestions how to fix it?
> Yours, Alex
As I said in my previous message from December:
* Don't forget to Reply All so the conversation stays on the
On Feb 16, 2021, at 18:38, Peter West wrote:
> On 16 Feb 2021, at 11:15 pm, Todd Doucet wrote:
>>> The rest of the contiguous United States shares either the east or west
>>> power grid, but most of Texas uses its own separate grid managed by ERCOT.
>>> Unfortunately right now most of
On Feb 15, 2021, at 17:34, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Feb 15, 2021, at 02:42, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> The MacPorts build servers are located in Austin, TX which is experiencing
>> its coldest temperatures since 1989, which is driving record electricity
>> usage, whic
On Feb 15, 2021, at 02:42, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> The MacPorts build servers are located in Austin, TX which is experiencing
> its coldest temperatures since 1989, which is driving record electricity
> usage, which has prompted the local power company to warn of impending
On Feb 14, 2021, at 10:11, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> On 14 Feb2021, at 2:12 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Feb 13, 2021, at 11:33, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
>>> Perhaps this is related to https://trac.macports.org/ticket/61933.
>> Per the mailing list t
On Feb 14, 2021, at 17:48, James wrote:
> I decided to use org rather than XQuartz
I presume you mean: you now use the MacPorts xorg ports, such as xorg-server,
rather than XQuartz. This should be fine and there shouldn't be an appreciable
difference between the two, other than that the
On Feb 14, 2021, at 12:22, rmgls wrote:
> Please can you tell me what to do about this error
> (elinks but also many other compile)?
> :info:configure checking for gcc... /usr/bin/clang
> :info:configure checking for C compiler default output file name...
> :info:configure configure:
The MacPorts build servers are located in Austin, TX which is experiencing its
coldest temperatures since 1989, which is driving record electricity usage,
which has prompted the local power company to warn of impending rolling power
outages. The build servers do not take well to being powered
On Feb 13, 2021, at 11:33, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> Without complaint, wxMaxima @20.04.0_0 installed (after maxima
> @5.43.2_12+xmaxima and gnuplot
> @5.4.1_2+aquaterm+luaterm+pangocairo+qt+wxwidgets+x11) under macOS Big Sur
> 11.2.1 using MacPorts 2.6.99 and Xcode CLT 12.4.
On Feb 13, 2021, at 03:42, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> Thread local includes __thread, Thread_local, and thread_local.
> The compilers that support them are all different.
> To make it easy for people to not think about it much, especially when you’re
> not talking about bootstrapping
On Feb 13, 2021, at 03:03, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> I would suggest you install Xcode 8.2.1 to match the buildbots.
> Don’t forget that in almost all cases, MacPorts will use the SDK installed in
> “/“ when building software. That SDK is the 10.11 SDK, so it is the one that
On Feb 12, 2021, at 10:11, Christian Calderon wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. I think I've miscommunicated something here so I'm
> going to try explaining my goals better. Ultimately, I'm trying to install
> PyCUDA. PyCUDA's build process wants to know which compilers are used to
On Feb 12, 2021, at 02:45, Bjarne D Mathiesen wrote:
> has just released updates for this :
> Available for: macOS Big Sur 11.2, macOS Catalina 10.15.7, macOS Mojave
> Impact: A local attacker may be able to elevate their
On Feb 11, 2021, at 19:27, Tom Gederberg wrote:
> I just upgraded from Big Sur 11.1 to 11.2.1 and then did a
> sudo port -v selfupdate
> sudo port -v upgrade outdated
> It is taking hours and seems to be compiling everything from scratch. It
> have Neve taken this log before and I
On Feb 11, 2021, at 19:32, Todd Doucet wrote:
> So I guess there is still a bit of a mystery. If I get some time I will try
> to build the new MacPorts from source and see if there is still a warning.
> (I presently do not rely on MacPorts for mainline code and it is very easy
> for me to
On Feb 11, 2021, at 18:47, Todd Doucet wrote:
> You can see that there are two SDKs here, including the one that you expect,
> and the name MacOSX.sdk links to it too:
> % ls -l /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/SDKs
> lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 14 Feb 6 16:23 MacOSX.sdk ->
On Feb 11, 2021, at 15:34, Henning Hraban Ramm wrote:
> Hi, is there a possibility to update the MacPorts version of TeX Live 2020?
MacPorts texlive was apparently updated to version 2020 in July of 2020:
On Feb 11, 2021, at 14:50, Todd Doucet wrote:
> I have read everything I can about this warning, but none of it corresponds
> to exactly my situation, hence this report.
> I have a brand new Mac Mini M1, and a fresh MacPorts installation. This is
> not an upgrade--I have never had
On Feb 10, 2021, at 14:59, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> Is there any hope of soon getting ftgl and gl2ps to build (under Big Sur 11.1
> with MacPorts — I’m using 2.6.99 — and Xcode CLT 12.5)?
> I need the former to get gnuplot and then maxima. the latter to get octave.
On Feb 9, 2021, at 21:26, Eric Gallager wrote:
> With git at least, there's a built-in command (`git bisect`) to assist
> with cases like this; would it be possible to add a similar feature to
> the restore_ports.tcl script?
That seems out of scope for what the script is meant to do.
On Feb 10, 2021, at 11:14, Rainer Müller wrote:
> Your suspicion is correct, all buildbots run on case-sensitive filesystems.
> Direct access is not possible and it is wiped directly after the build as disk
> space is a rare resource for this setup.
> You can already see it when inspecting
On Feb 10, 2021, at 01:02, Gregory Dodwell wrote:
> I have also followed all of the other recommendations outlined on the
> Macports webpage for the same issue ... to no avail once I start running
> "sudo port install ..." commands.
> M1 Macbook Pro; OS 11.2.1; Macports v2.6.4.
On Feb 9, 2021, at 15:22, Tong Sun wrote:
> I'm in the situation that I need to know an application's bundle ID,
> it's xterm actually. And I'm wondering what's the proper way to get
> any application's bundle ID within MacPorts.
> I found this, but it's not helping --
On Feb 8, 2021, at 18:57, Eric Gallager wrote:
> It's the part on the Troubleshooting section of the wiki page where it says:
> If you see an "infinite loop" error message, such as this:
> Error: we appear to be stuck, exiting...
> infinite loop
On Feb 8, 2021, at 12:34, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> On 2021-02-08, at 10:02 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Feb 7, 2021, at 17:57, Ken Cunningham wrote:
>>> Perhaps we should find a way to broaden that down to including MacOSX10.15+
>>> as well, if Catalina
On Feb 7, 2021, at 20:59, Eric Gallager wrote:
> When restore_ports.tcl gets stuck building its list of ports to
> restore, is there a way to get it to tell you which ports exactly it's
> failing to process? i.e., which ports to remove from your myports.txt
> to get it to continue?
On Feb 7, 2021, at 17:57, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> Perhaps we should find a way to broaden that down to including MacOSX10.15+
> as well, if Catalina is going to be using the MacOSX11.x SDK.
Why stop at 10.15? For several macOS versions before that, the last compatible
Xcode version might
> On Feb 4, 2021, at 09:11, janos...@mailbox.org wrote:
>> Am 08.01.2021 um 15:50 schrieb Ryan Schmidt:
>> On Jan 7, 2021, at 16:26, Andrew Udvare wrote:
>>> Sometimes the release tarball will come with the submodule source
On Feb 3, 2021, at 09:04, Peter West wrote:
> MacOS Big Sur 11.2 MacBook Air M1
> I’m migrating to the M1 from an Intel MacBook Pro running Mojave.
> I installed postgresql13 and -server, and copied my defaultdb across from the
> I can’t vouch for the order of these things,
On Feb 3, 2021, at 18:25, Peter West wrote:
> Where is the function add_users defined? I see it in the Portfile for
It is documented in "man portfile"
The option is created here:
On Jan 28, 2021, at 06:13, Janosch Peters wrote:
>> yesterday I requested a port of Munt’s mt32emu library
>> (munt.sourceforge.net) at https://trac.macports.org/ticket/62166 and just
>> added a working portfile
> Could you
On Jan 27, 2021, at 19:38, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> OK…I’ve seemingly overcome the Big Sur 11.1 crashes with p5.30-libapreq2
> installation by installing MacPorts.
> Unfortunately, to install p5.30-libapreq2 requires installing mod_perl2
> variant +perl5_30. But building the latter
On Jan 28, 2021, at 08:13, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> On 27 Jan 2021 16:05:57 -0600, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> You should not configure and make any software as root or with sudo. Use
>> your own user account. Only use sudo to make install.
> Does the dictum against c
On Jan 27, 2021, at 15:55, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> Ahh…that helps greatly, thank you!
> I notice that most, or even all, of the commands given it the “2.2.3 Git
> install” directions at https://guide.macports.org/#installing.macports.git
> require that I use “sudo”, even though I’m on
On Jan 27, 2021, at 15:36, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> I don’t understand what it means to try using MacPorts master (2.6.99)
> instead. You’re assuming far more knowledge or experience than I possess!
> Where on GitHub is that version? What do I do with it? If I install it, what
> happens to
On Jan 27, 2021, at 15:20, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> In file
> I find NO line set max_hosts_to_ping
> set max_hosts_to_ping
> max_hosts_to_pingcontrary to the comment
On Jan 27, 2021, at 15:08, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> What is the full path to src/port1.0/fetch_common.tcl
> that is mentioned in
> https://lists.macports.org/pipermail/macports-dev/2020-November/042592.html ?
On Jan 27, 2021, at 11:10, Gilles Caulier wrote:
> Just a basic question, but important: can we cross-compile with
> Macports a Silicon target with Macports packages using an Intel based
> Apple computer ? Typically, I read on the web that Xcode can support
> this kind of task.
On Jan 27, 2021, at 12:02, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> I’ve reported the bug to Apple (apple.com/feedback).
Usually you should use Feedback Assistant (either the app, or
http://feedbackassistant.apple.com). The app version will gather logs for you.
If you file on the web, you probably have to
On Jan 26, 2021, at 00:18, Richard L. Hamilton wrote:
> The following files appear to conflict (be installed by both ports):
On Jan 26, 2021, at 19:30, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> I’m migrating MacPorts from Catalina to Big Sur (11.1), following the usual
> procedure (uninstalled all ports before upgrading; installed CLT for Xcode
> 12.3; installed base system for Big Sur).
> I’ve successfully installed a number
On Jan 26, 2021, at 13:41, Andrew Udvare wrote:
> Might this be fixed by a -std= flag? I don't get this error on Big Sur.
The error is:
model_context.cpp:20:39: error: unknown type name 'nullptr_t'; did you mean
Maybe the error message is right and it should be using
On Jan 26, 2021, at 11:50, Richard L. Hamilton wrote:
> A counter-argument would be HEIF support (which a quick google suggests was
> added in ImageMagick 7.0.7-22).
HEIF/HEIC support was added to the MacPorts ImageMagick (6) port in December
On Jan 24, 2021, at 22:35, Tong Sun wrote:
> I checked the x11.app's preference, but it seems to be missing the
> capability to start the Xserver automatically when user logs in.
> Is it so? Any plan to add it?
The X server will start automatically when you launch any X11-using program.
On Jan 24, 2021, at 21:42, Tong Sun wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 24, 2021 at 10:31 PM Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> I found this article about how to do this. Maybe it will help?
On Jan 24, 2021, at 21:26, Tong Sun wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 24, 2021 at 10:24 PM Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Jan 24, 2021, at 21:15, Tong Sun wrote:
>>> On Sun, Jan 24, 2021 at 9:30 PM Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>>> On Jan 24, 2021, at 18:01,
On Jan 24, 2021, at 21:15, Tong Sun wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 24, 2021 at 9:30 PM Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Jan 24, 2021, at 18:01, Tong Sun wrote:
>>> For any Xserver in host, I normally just do the following in the
>>> docker container
On Jan 24, 2021, at 18:01, Tong Sun wrote:
> For any Xserver in host, I normally just do the following in the
> docker container
> export DISPLAY=':0'
> xterm &
> and I'll be all set.
> However, I found that it is not the case for Xserver from macport, as
> I see my DISPLAY in my host
On Jan 20, 2021, at 17:32, Peter West wrote:
> I tried specifically building rgl from source. The source is available at
> In R.app console, remove rgl package.
> > remove.packages(“rgl”)
> > install.packages(, repos = NULL,
On Jan 20, 2021, at 16:44, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> Given that neither openscad nor kdelibs4 is currently upgrading successfully,
> what is the correct syntax to upgrade all other outdated ports?
> I’ve tried each of the following, but in each case it either still tries to
> upgrade one
On Jan 19, 2021, at 09:52, ximon wrote:
> Hi, I have a new install of macports on 11.1 BigSur. mysql8 is installed and
> works, as does the mysql client, perl 5.28 installed also. When I try to
> install p5.28-dbd-mysql +mysql8 it fails with the below log messages.
See the last paragraph of
On Jan 18, 2021, at 21:11, Richard L. Hamilton wrote:
> ...which is a problem given that a lot of ports were apparently changed to
> use it.
Yes, all ports that depend on jpeg were changed to depend on libjpeg-turbo
yesterday. This had been requested for years but hadn't been done
On Jan 18, 2021, at 04:56, Peter West wrote:
> I’ve removed XQuartz (again), and installed R and R-app from MacPorts. The R
> install warned me that
> Clang compilers provided by Xcode do not support OpenMP. Some R packages
> using OpenMP may require additional
> flags in the Makevar file
On Jan 18, 2021, at 06:40, Janosch Peters wrote:
> I need sparkle as a dependency for the new MacPass port. Your points about
> sparkle are of course valid. When I wrote the message I thought it might
> still be nice to give users the choice to use it or not - via a variant for
On Jan 18, 2021, at 19:38, Tom wrote:
> how can I build clang with -ilocal option support in order to build CrossOver
> Wine for 32on64?
That's an option that Crossover added to clang. When I last looked into the
issue last year, you had to use Crossover's special version of clang, which
On Jan 12, 2021, at 02:31, Steve Wardle wrote:
> On 12 Jan 2021, at 01:37, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Jan 9, 2021, at 12:16, Steve Wardle wrote:
>>> I’ve got apache2 2.4.46 running on Big Sur 11.1 and it’s not listening on
>>> the IPv6 interfaces.
On Jan 12, 2021, at 00:34, raf wrote:
> I treated this like a migration, recorded and uninstalled existing ports,
> then installed/upgraded macports, and then restored the ports.
> Mac OS X 10.6 (darwin/10.8.0) arch i386
> MacPorts 2.6.4
> Xcode 3.2.6
> SDK 10.6
On Jan 16, 2021, at 17:05, Kennedy, Smith (Wireless & IPP Standards) wrote:
> Did the update to BigSur last week on my MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Four
> Thunderbolt 3 Ports), then tried to do my usual routine whenever there is an
> OS major version update:
> A. Delete /opt with a "sudo
On Jan 16, 2021, at 08:18, Peter West wrote:
> Following some general advice given earlier on the list, I had removed
> XQuartz and installed xorg-server. Now I am trying to load the rgl R library.
> At the end of the error message is
> This build of rgl depends on XQuartz, which you can
On Jan 11, 2021, at 09:41, Janosch Peters wrote:
> I am struggling to create working port file for
> sparkle(https://github.com/sparkle-project/Sparkle). All targets contained in
> the Xcode project are building with no errors but when I build & install
> sparkle via macports and start the
On Jan 9, 2021, at 12:16, Steve Wardle wrote:
> I’ve got apache2 2.4.46 running on Big Sur 11.1 and it’s not listening on the
> IPv6 interfaces. I’m sure this was working last year and it would help to
> know if it’s a general apache2 2.4.46 issue or confined to Big Sur or maybe
> just my
On Jan 11, 2021, at 07:27, Andreas Falkenhahn wrote:
> Slightly off-topic, but maybe someone here knows something about this: When
> distributing Apple ARM apps outside the App Store, is it sufficient to sign
> them using ad-hoc or self-signed certificates or is it mandatory now to pay
On Jan 7, 2021, at 16:26, Andrew Udvare wrote:
> Sometimes the release tarball will come with the submodule source
> but this probably depends on the project.
If a release tarball doesn't come with everything
On Dec 31, 2020, at 18:04, Tom Gederberg wrote:
> Sorry, if this is not the proper place to report this - I’m new at this.
Thanks for letting us know! The issue tracker is the correct place to report it.
> I have installed py38-spyder @4.1.4_1 and when I
On Dec 31, 2020, at 03:12, Michael Newman wrote:
> Some months ago I upgraded the OS on a remote 2010 MacBook (the white one) to
> High Sierra (10.13.16). After the upgrade I did the recommended MacPorts
> migration without problems.
> I don’t visit this machine very regularly, so only
On Dec 31, 2020, at 09:49, Janosch Peters wrote:
> I am currently preparing a port file for the new port MacPass . Installing
> and building works fine, but I do get some warnings because a tool preparing
> the build called carthage wants to create a file in
On Dec 30, 2020, at 17:10, raf wrote:
> Error: Error installing new MacPorts base: command execution failed
> Please run `port -v selfupdate` for details.
> Error: /opt/local/bin/port: port selfupdate failed: Error installing new
> MacPorts base: command execution failed
> (it was
Remember to Reply All so the conversation stays on the list.
On Dec 30, 2020, at 10:36, Richard Bonomo TDS personal wrote:
> Here are the outputs:
> Aquinas-276:bonomo$ lipo -info
> Architectures in the fat file:
On Dec 29, 2020, at 20:28, Richard Bonomo TDS personal wrote:
> My system runs MacOS 10.12 (Sierra). I've used Macports for some time every
> now and again.
> However, when I tried to use it recently, this happened:
> $ port version
On Dec 29, 2020, at 20:12, Kevin Horton wrote:
> On Dec 29, 2020, at 17:20, Ken Cunningham wrote:
On Dec 29, 2020, at 12:21, Richard L. Hamilton wrote:
> Saw the MacVim updater window recently. I would think that (if not too
> difficult) builtin updaters should be disabled (I think this came up with
> iTerm or iTerm2 or something before) in MaPorts ports, which should only be
On Dec 28, 2020, at 19:09, Tom Gederberg wrote:
> I updated my system to Big Sur and followed the MacPorts migration
> instructions and updated Xcode to version 12.3.
> However, when I try to build ports in MacPorts, I now get the following
> Warning: The macOS 11.1 SDK
On Dec 29, 2020, at 00:55, James Linder wrote:
> I posted this to mythtv-users, but I wondered in anyone had any interest. The
> obvious first step is wrapping John's work in a port.
> John (Hoyt) did a stellar job getting the macos/ansible build
On Dec 28, 2020, at 23:05, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> On Dec 28, 2020, at 3:35 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Dec 27, 2020, at 10:11, Ken Cunningham wrote:
>>> However, I would float the idea it's time the buildbot and all 10.13 users
>>> moved to Xcode
Please Reply All so that the conversation stays on the list.
On Dec 28, 2020, at 20:04, Tom wrote:
> Because nearly no port is building here, I wanted to try a different
> compiler. But that is not the problem.
> And because of this error:
> Warning: The macOS 11.1 SDK does not appear to be
On Dec 27, 2020, at 10:11, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> However, I would float the idea it's time the buildbot and all 10.13 users
> moved to Xcode 10.
> Xcode 10's issues have largely been worked around by this point it seems,
> although there a couple of stragglers still.
On Dec 28, 2020, at 06:12, Christoph Kukulies wrote:
> I’m trying to compile a package „blackmagic“ (a microcontroller gdb debugging
> and flashing program addendum to gdb).
> It has some issues like missing packages (libftdi1 - I was able to add that
> via macports)
> Now I want to
On Dec 27, 2020, at 20:06, Tom wrote:
> how can I build a port with a MacPorts gcc compiler?
> For example gcc9.
Normally, ports choose what compiler to use and you should not attempt to
override it. Why do you want to?
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On Dec 26, 2020, at 05:06, Christoph Kukulies wrote:
> There were times in history where implicit function declarations were not
> considered as an error (consulting my book „The C programming language by
On Dec 21, 2020, at 14:52, Christoph Kukulies wrote:
> Excuses if is not actually a macports issue but I’m a bit lost.
> I’m about to build this:
On Dec 21, 2020, at 21:01, Michael wrote:
> OK. Next question: Is there any reason I cannot install libpng version 15 at
> the sametime?
> I am aware that there is a non-versioned link file, that the latest version
> of the dynamic library installs. That can stay at 16 where it belongs. I
On Dec 21, 2020, at 20:55, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> There are likely to be more libraries missing after you fix this one, but you
> can try.
> EIther symlink a real library that is the same or as similar as you have into
> the position being looked for:
> sudo ln -s
On Dec 21, 2020, at 12:55, Michael wrote:
> This should be a simple one. I hope.
> I just installed a program that was compiled against the release version of
> mac's X11. Crashes on startup with this:
> dyld: launch, loading dependent libraries
> Dyld Error Message:
> Library not
On Dec 18, 2020, at 13:32, DaveC wrote:
> The primary failure yesterday of youtube-dl gave this verbose output.
> - - -
> Daves-Mac-mini:~ davec$ youtube-dl -v -x
> [debug] System config: 
> [debug] User config: ['--output',
On Dec 18, 2020, at 14:28, Clemens Lang wrote:
>> 2. Next time(?) I update MP I presume YouTube-dl won’t update. Will it
>> be removed? Will it no longer work? Is there a way to keep the port I
>> have currently functioning?
> MacPorts mirrors the upstream files, so even if youtube-dl were
> On Dec 9, 2020, at 01:30, list_email--- wrote:
>> On Dec 6, 2020, at 9:35 AM, Ken Cunningham wrote:
>> of course the simplest method of reverting to an older binary is to just
>> reactivate it if you still have it installed, but inactive, after an update.
>> This will show you
On Dec 14, 2020, at 16:26, Carlo Tambuatco wrote:
> I have python38 installed via macports. It is the default python
> via python_select.
> I don’t think I should file a ticket in this case because this error isn’t
> local to the python(s)
> installed via macports. It even occurs when
On Dec 12, 2020, at 15:23, dan d. wrote:
> Does a binary, like lynx the browser, work over several versions of os10. I
> have one older machine which version is 6 upgrades removed from
> the most recent one. Will that lynx continue to work if most of the versions
> are skipped by
On Dec 8, 2020, at 23:44, Ken Preslan wrote:
> My main problem was performance. In the Mojave time-frame the xorg server
> was updated from 1.18 to 1.20. Performance for xterm scrolling tanked. It
> was unusable. I complained on macports-users on April 1st 2019. There was a
On Dec 8, 2020, at 07:54, James Linder wrote:
> Sorry about the subject line: macports is my only digest mail and I keep
> forgetting :-(
Note that just changing the subject line of your reply to match the thread's
subject is not enough to preserve threading. You would also have to use the
On Dec 8, 2020, at 02:42, Ken Preslan wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 07, 2020 at 03:41:57PM -0500, Justin Vallon wrote:
>> I currently use a VNC server on a debian machine, and a VNC client on my
>> Mac. I am trying to configure my Mac to run the Xserver/VNC server so that
>> I don't need to
On Dec 7, 2020, at 13:56, Dominik Reichardt wrote:
> Thank you, that helps the first step, but does it need to be a patch with
> source in the net, or can I manage this with local source as well?
You can put a patchfile in a "files" directory (in the same directory as the
Portfile) (this is
On Dec 7, 2020, at 01:01, Jeffrey Walton wrote:
> Static linking also allows you to move binaries around the filesystem
> with dicking around with otool and install_name_tool.
Since programs are linked to libraries by their absolute path, you can move a
program anywhere in the filesystem
On Dec 6, 2020, at 18:40, Richard L. Hamilton wrote:
> I was thinking about port mpkg or port mdmg as an alternative, but since it
> looks like that may put its files in the same place as the MacPorts
> installation on which it was created does, it's not practical for anything
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