Re: Can brew and port be used on the same system?

2017-05-28 Thread Ken Cunningham
It sounds like you got a build working already, so you probably done care about this anymore, but this Portfile with it's associated patches actually does build the port. I have not added in the deps yet. It builds just fine on my

Re: Can brew and port be used on the same system?

2017-05-28 Thread Mike Crawford
HFS had file IDs. I'm not sure about HFS+. You could open a file by its ID. Suppose you had a file on the desktop then copied it into a folder. Or alternatively you have a file in a folder and copy it to the desktop. The file IDs for each scenario will be different. (Hope that makes sense.)

Re: Can brew and port be used on the same system?

2017-05-28 Thread Michael
On 2017-05-27, at 11:24 PM, Ken Cunningham wrote: > It sounds like you got a build working already, so you probably done care > about this anymore, but this Portfile Works? It launches. It behaved so poorly that ... yuck. >

Re: Can brew and port be used on the same system?

2017-05-28 Thread Ken Cunningham
> > Oh -- did you know that the filenames displayed in finder do not have to have > any correlation to the filenames as seen by the shell and other programs? Or > that Finder is perfectly happy to display two different "files with the same > name"? In fact, I did notice that, and was rather

Fork in MacPorts Users list?

2017-05-28 Thread Fielding, Eric J (329A)
Hello, Since yesterday, I noticed that I am now getting MacPorts “macports-users Digest” email from two different lists, one at “macosforge.org” (Vol 125, Issue 10 today) and one at “macports.org” (Vol 129, Issue 19 today). Is this a fork of the MacPorts Users mailing list or a transition? I

Re: Can brew and port be used on the same system?

2017-05-28 Thread Ken Cunningham
OK Mike, If you care to try out a MacPorts build of OpenJK yourself, the Portfile is in reasonable working condition. > I have not yet added in all the deps -- this builds through on my system. I have SDL1.2 and SDL2 installed, and