Re: ok? [NEW] emulators/minivmac : classic mac emu (6 flavors!)

2020-06-10 Thread Alex Free
> Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2020 at 2:18 AM > From: "Alex Free" > To: "ports@openbsd.org" > Subject: ok? [NEW] emulators/minivmac : classic mac emu (6 flavors!) > > Hello ports, attached is a Mini vMac port for the latest version with 6 > total flavors. E

ok? [NEW] emulators/minivmac : classic mac emu (6 flavors!)

2020-06-08 Thread Alex Free
Hello ports, attached is a Mini vMac port for the latest version with 6 total flavors. Each flavor emulates a different Mac model, such as the M acintosh 128k, 512Ke, SE, Classic, SEFDHD, or II. The Macintosh Plus is emulated by default. This single port can emulate 7 different machines.

Re: curl with libidn

2020-06-04 Thread Alex Free
> Sent: Friday, June 05, 2020 at 1:03 AM > From: "Stuart Henderson" > To: "Alex Free" > Cc: "f.holop" , ports@openbsd.org > Subject: Re: curl with libidn > > On 2020/06/05 00:21, Alex Free wrote: > > > Sent: Friday, June 05, 2020 at 1

Re: curl with libidn

2020-06-04 Thread Alex Free
> Sent: Friday, June 05, 2020 at 12:05 AM > From: "Stuart Henderson" > To: "Alex Free" > Cc: "f.holop" , ports@openbsd.org > Subject: Re: curl with libidn > > On 2020/06/04 22:39, Alex Free wrote: > > > Sent: Thursday, June 04, 2020 a

ok? [new] sysutils/cdirip

2020-06-04 Thread Alex Free
Extracts the proprietary DiscJugglar .cdi format. New versions of this software are under GPL but not compatible with big endian so version 0.6.2 is used instead. cdirip.tgz Description: GNU Zip compressed data

Re: curl with libidn

2020-06-04 Thread Alex Free
> Sent: Thursday, June 04, 2020 at 4:53 PM > From: "f.holop" > To: ports@openbsd.org > Subject: curl with libidn > > hi, > > atm curl is unable to open non ascii domains. > is there a reason why it's not compiled with libidn? > (same goes for lynx) > > -f > -- > > If it compiles fine a flavor

Re: does a new port have to be the latest version?

2020-06-04 Thread Alex Free
> Sent: Wednesday, June 03, 2020 at 4:05 PM > From: "Stuart Henderson" > To: "Alex Free" > Cc: "Renaud Allard" , ports@openbsd.org > Subject: Re: does a new port have to be the latest version? > > On 2020/06/03 14:58, Alex Free wrote: > &g

Re: *new* sysutils/cdirip - need i386/amd64 testers and ok

2020-06-03 Thread Alex Free
= base-clang base-gcc ports-gcc +CATEGORIES = sysutils +HOMEPAGE = https://github.com/jozip/cdirip/ + +MAINTAINER = Alex Free + +PERMIT_PACKAGE = No | not stated in copyright +PERMIT_DISTFILES = No | not stated in copyright + +MASTER_SITES = https

*new* sysutils/cdirip - need i386/amd64 testers and ok

2020-06-03 Thread Alex Free
+ +CATEGORIES = sysutils + +HOMEPAGE = https://github.com/jozip/cdirip/ + +MAINTAINER = Alex Free + +PERMIT_PACKAGE = No | not explicitly permitted +PERMIT_DISTFILES = No | not explicitly permitted + +MASTER_SITES = https://home.macintosh.garden/~alexfree/distfiles

Re: does a new port have to be the latest version?

2020-06-03 Thread Alex Free
> Just saying "released under GPL" without doing other steps isn't enough. > It needs at least a copyright line with a license grant somewhere > preferably on each file, that's why the license goes to some lengths to > explain how to do it. > > Also releasing some version under GPL doesn't mean

Re: does a new port have to be the latest version?

2020-06-03 Thread Alex Free
> > > Note that it doesn't have proper licensing so will need to be marked as > > > PERMIT_PACKAGE/PERMIT_DISTFILES=no license (some mention of "version > > > developed on sourceforge under gpl" isn't a valid license grant). > > > > > https://github.com/jozip/cdirip/blob/master/LICENSE > > > >

Re: does a new port have to be the latest version?

2020-06-03 Thread Alex Free
t; On 6/3/20 2:11 PM, Stuart Henderson wrote: > > > On 2020/06/03 13:54, Alex Free wrote: > > > > > > > > > > What is the program? > > > > > > > > > > > > > CDIrip, the current GitHub is at https://github.com/jozip/cdiri

Re: does a new port have to be the latest version?

2020-06-03 Thread Alex Free
> > What is the program? > CDIrip, the current GitHub is at https://github.com/jozip/cdirip .

Re: does a new port have to be the latest version?

2020-06-03 Thread Alex Free
> > Version 0.6.2 works on big endian, which is what I’ll be using this > > software on a lot. > If you worked on a 0.6.2 port and 0.6.3 gets out before your port > submission, this is by no means any blocker. > This isn’t the case. 0.6.2 was released in 2002 and the latest version in 2018.

Re: does a new port have to be the latest version?

2020-06-03 Thread Alex Free
> I guess this depend of the port and how old the release you want to > include is. For a network daemon it's better if it's up to date but for > a game or non network tool, I think it's possible to have an older > version. > Well that’s good news. Version 0.6.2 is from 2002. Version 0.6.3 is

Re: games/ioquake3 cvs current diffs adding ppc support

2020-06-01 Thread Alex Free
> > You're right. > > > other than that it also looks good to me. > > > > > Index: Makefile > === > RCS file: /cvs/ports/games/ioquake3/Makefile,v > retrieving revision 1.25 > diff -u -p -u -p -r1.25 Makefile > --- Makefile 12 Jul

Re: games/ioquake3 cvs current diffs adding ppc support

2020-05-31 Thread Alex Free
> Sent: Sunday, May 31, 2020 at 10:43 AM > From: "Charlene Wendling" > To: "Kirill Bychkov" > Cc: "Alex Free" , "Landry Breuil" , > ports@openbsd.org, abie...@openbsd.org > Subject: Re: games/ioquake3 cvs current diffs adding ppc

Re: games/ioquake3 cvs current diffs adding ppc support

2020-05-31 Thread Alex Free
> Sent: Sunday, May 31, 2020 at 8:43 AM > From: "Kirill Bychkov" > To: "Alex Free" > Cc: "Charlene Wendling" , "Landry Breuil" > , ports@openbsd.org, abie...@openbsd.org > Subject: Re: games/ioquake3 cvs current diffs adding ppc support

Re: games/ioquake3 cvs current diffs adding ppc support

2020-05-30 Thread Alex Free
> Sent: Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 9:45 PM > From: "Charlene Wendling" > To: "Landry Breuil" > Cc: "Alex Free" , ports@openbsd.org, abie...@openbsd.org > Subject: Re: games/ioquake3 cvs current diffs adding ppc support > > Hi, > >

games/ioquake3 cvs current diffs adding ppc support

2020-05-30 Thread Alex Free
Successfully built and tested against current. Let me know if I can do anything else to make this happen. A new file named patch-code_qcommon_q_platform_h contains the following immediately below. $OpenBSD$ Index: code/qcommon/q_platform.h --- code/qcommon/q_platform.h.orig +++

Re: what is the proper procedure for submitting changes to existing ports?

2020-05-29 Thread Alex Free
> > Are these diffs in the links below in proper format? Thanks for the help > > as I’ve > > never done this before. > > No - please send "cvs diff -u" or "git diff" depending on where you got your > ports tree from. > > > > The AltiVec patches are crucial to playing 360p > > x264 MP4 files on

Re: what is the proper procedure for submitting changes to existing ports?

2020-05-29 Thread Alex Free
> Sent: Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 12:35 AM > From: "Stuart Henderson" > To: "Alex Free" > Cc: ports@openbsd.org > Subject: Re: what is the proper procedure for submitting changes to existing > ports? > > On 2020/05/30 00:23, Alex Free wrote: > >

what is the proper procedure for submitting changes to existing ports?

2020-05-29 Thread Alex Free
What is the proper procedure for sending changes and patches to existing ports? I have modified 3 ports and would like my changes to be commuted. My modifications are to: games/ioquake3 (adds PowerPC support for OpenBSD. IOQuake3 does currently support any PowerPC *BSD OS, I had to add support

powerpc support for port games/ioquake3

2020-05-28 Thread Alex
IOQuake3 does not not support PowerPC on any *BSD. In just 3 patches I got it working on OpenBSD 6.7/macppc, graphics acceleration and all. I do plan on sending this to IOQuake3 as well. Makefile 4c4 < ONLY_FOR_ARCHS= amd64 i386 --- > ONLY_FOR_ARCHS= amd64 i386 macppc 35a36,38 > .if

Update FFmpeg Makefile To Include AltiVec Flavor

2020-05-28 Thread Alex
Makefile diff 89,90d88 < --cc=${CC} \ < --disable-altivec \ 129a128,138 > > FLAVORS=altivec > FLAVOR?= > > .if !${FLAVOR:Maltivec} > CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--cc=${CC} > CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--disable-altivec > .else > CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--cc=gcc > CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--enable-altivec >

NEW: graphics/basis_universal

2020-05-11 Thread Alex Holst
This is a new "supercompressed" GPU texture compression system. I'm grateful for any feedback. basis.tgz Description: application/tar-gz

Re: Update net/libsignal-protocol-c 2.3.2->3

2020-03-30 Thread Alex Holst
Awesome. Test runs here too and Dino tested on amd64. Other Dino users, please yell about problems -- otherwise ok maintainer. 0001-Update-net-libsignal-protocol-c-2.3.2-3.patch.gz Description: application/gzip

[UPDATE] security/kpcli (3.2 -> 3.3)

2020-03-26 Thread Alex Naumov
This patch updates kpcli to version 3.3. Changelog: 2019-Aug-16 v3.3 - Allow open and save with key-only authentication, as requested in SF bug #35. - Prevent "multiple entries titled" warning in the /_found/ area, as reports in SF bug #36. - Fix two bugs affecting Windows, as reported in

Re: [UPDATE] net/xl2tpd (1.3.14 -> 1.3.15)

2020-03-18 Thread Alex Naumov
On Sat, Feb 22, 2020 at 10:18 PM Alex Naumov wrote: > This patch updates xl2tpd to version 1.3.15. > > 'portcheck' reports some problems for 1.3.14 version: > * trailing whitespace in pkg/README > * 2 line(s) longer than 80 chars in pkg/README > > It's fixed now. > ok? > Cheers, > Alex > > >

Re: [UPDATE] devel/libev (4.27 -> 4.31)

2020-03-18 Thread Alex Naumov
On Wed, Mar 18, 2020 at 10:55 AM Stuart Henderson wrote: > On 2020/03/18 10:02, Alex Naumov wrote: > > this patche updates GNU libev to version 4.31. > > Around 350 ports depend on this, what testing has been done? > > Only ports itself stuff that described on https://www.

[UPDATE] devel/libev (4.27 -> 4.31)

2020-03-18 Thread Alex Naumov
. - solaris port backend didn't compile. - abstract time constants into their macros, for more flexibility. Cheers, Alex Index: Makefile === RCS file: /cvs/ports/devel/libev/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.25 diff -u -p -u -p

[UPDATE] devel/help2man (1.47.12 -> 1.47.13)

2020-03-18 Thread Alex Naumov
$(MKINSTALLDIRS) before each $(INSTALL_{DATA,PROGRAM}) call. * Update parsing of --version to allow multi-word programs when constructing the placeholder NAME paragraph (thanks to Jarno Suni). Cheers, Alex Index: Makefile

[UPDATE] net/libircclient (1.9 -> 1.10)

2020-02-25 Thread Alex Naumov
this patch updates libircclient to version 1.10. 'make test' and 'make port-lib-depends-check' and 'portcheck' are OK. Cheers, Alex Index: Makefile === RCS file: /cvs/ports/net/libircclient/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.10 diff

[UPDATE] emulators/fuse (1.5.2 -> 1.5.7)

2020-02-25 Thread Alex Naumov
this patch updates FUSE to version 1.5.7. 'portcheck' and 'make test' are OK. Cheers, Alex Index: Makefile === RCS file: /cvs/ports/emulators/fuse/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.45 diff -u -p -u -p -r1.45 Makefile --- Makefile 12

[UPDATE] fonts/inter (3.11 -> 3.12)

2020-02-24 Thread Alex Naumov
this patch updates inter to version 3.12. 'portcheck' returns OK. Port has no tests, so 'make test' also returns OK. Cheers, Alex Index: Makefile === RCS file: /cvs/ports/fonts/inter/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.4 diff -u -p -u

python 2.7.16p1 is broken? (-current, aarch64)

2020-02-23 Thread Alex Naumov
lem on my -current amd64 systems. Can somebody reproduce this problem on arm64 or just tell me why I get this errors? Thanks, Alex

[UPDATE] security/libassuan (2.5.1 -> 2.5.3)

2020-02-23 Thread Alex Naumov
: chan_6 -> OK fdpassing[323]: chan_6 <- # descriptor 6 is in flight fdpassing[323]: chan_6 <- INPUT FD fdpassing[323]: chan_6 -> OK fdpassing[323]: chan_6 <- ECHO fdpassing[323]: chan_6 -> OK fdpassing[323]: chan_6 <- BYE fdpassing[323]: chan_6 -> OK closing connection PAS

[UPDATE] net/xl2tpd (1.3.14 -> 1.3.15)

2020-02-22 Thread Alex Naumov
This patch updates xl2tpd to version 1.3.15. 'portcheck' reports some problems for 1.3.14 version: * trailing whitespace in pkg/README * 2 line(s) longer than 80 chars in pkg/README It's fixed now. Cheers, Alex ? xl2tpd-1.3.15.diff Index: Makefile

[UPDATE] devel/src (1.18 -> 1.28)

2020-02-22 Thread Alex Naumov
the community can help to improve this patch. The faling tests are disabled by commenting out two 'check's. All other tests are OK. Cheers, Alex diff --git Makefile Makefile index 0217634b4a3..3646bcb5c82 100644 --- Makefile +++ Makefile @@ -2,8 +2,7 @@ COMMENT = Simple Revision Control

Re: [UPDATE] net/ipcheck (207 -> 222)

2020-02-17 Thread Alex Naumov
On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 9:33 PM Björn Ketelaars < bjorn.ketela...@hydroxide.nl> wrote: > On Mon 17/02/2020 20:36, Alex Naumov wrote: > > REVISION should be removed as version has been bumped. > > Thank you, Björn. > > > > > > > > On Sun, Feb 16, 2

Re: [UPDATE] net/ipcheck (207 -> 222)

2020-02-17 Thread Alex Naumov
REVISION should be removed as version has been bumped. Thank you, Björn. On Sun, Feb 16, 2020 at 11:55 PM Alex Naumov wrote: > Hi, > > this is the diff to update ipcheck to the latest release (207 -> 222). > > Ok? > > Cheers, > Alex > ? ip

[UPDATE] net/ipcheck (207 -> 222)

2020-02-16 Thread Alex Naumov
Hi, this is the diff to update ipcheck to the latest release (207 -> 222). Ok? Cheers, Alex Index: Makefile === RCS file: /cvs/ports/net/ipcheck/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.28 diff -u -p -u -p -r1.28 Makefile --- Makefile

Re: [PATCH] net/libsignal-protocol-c to use upstream commit

2020-01-13 Thread Alex Holst
Quoting Greg Steuck (g...@nest.cx): > I'm looking for feedback about the trade-offs of such changes. [..] Hi. This seems like needless churn to me. Upstream should be nudged to do a new release instead.

Missing curly brackets in postgresql/pkg/README-server

2019-04-11 Thread Alex Holst
This made my disaster recovery test slightly easier. Index: pkg/README-server === RCS file: /cvs/ports/databases/postgresql/pkg/README-server,v retrieving revision 1.26 diff -u -p -r1.26 README-server --- pkg/README-server 8 Mar

Re: WIP: net/libsignal-protocol-c

2019-03-22 Thread Alex Holst
Quoting Anthony J. Bentley (anth...@anjbe.name): > > > Is there a reason not to build the shared lib? > > > > Makes sense to me. > > > > Attached tarball builds shared lib, sets BUILD_DEPENDS properly, > > removes executable bit from files in the port directory. > > Is this version ready for

Re: WIP: net/libsignal-protocol-c

2019-02-17 Thread Alex Holst
Hi, Thanks for your input. It should all be adopted into this port except for the 'test' target which I couldn't get working otherwise. Any additional comments at this point? libsignal-protocol-c.tgz Description: application/tar-gz

WIP: net/libsignal-protocol-c

2019-02-15 Thread Alex Holst
This is a WIP of the library used by the Signal messenger. Two tests are currently failing, but they seem fixable. Anyone else interested in the full Signal suite? libsignal-protocol-c.tgz Description: application/tar-gz

Re: UPDATE: net/syncthing

2019-02-05 Thread Alex Holst
Hey Edd. Thanks for working on this. Comments below. Quoting Edd Barrett (e...@theunixzoo.co.uk): > RCS file: /cvs/ports/net/syncthing/pkg/PLIST,v > retrieving revision 1.4 > diff -u -p -r1.4 PLIST > --- pkg/PLIST 4 Sep 2018 12:46:19 - 1.4 > +++ pkg/PLIST 5 Feb 2019 22:07:02 - > @@

x11/freerdp updates?

2018-04-26 Thread Alex Talaran
Hello, My skills with C and porting are not that strong yet but I am looking to see if anyone is able to help update the freerdp port to version 2.x? I have some niche purposes I need this for and version 1 is not supported, the current port is 1.2. Thank you

libmatemixer volume slider bug

2018-02-12 Thread Alex Talaran
Hello, I was curious if anyone else has an issue with this? I saw the post from the other day and applied the patch and it only partially fixed the issue. All I have to test with is primarily Firefox which has its own issues. Problem is it does not use the OSS audio hardware and as such

Re: samba4 and ACL's

2017-02-03 Thread Alex McWhirter
Can you post your smb.conf? Are you using acl_tdb / xattr_tdb?

Re: Munin-node listen only on ipv6 with "host *"

2016-07-24 Thread Alex Greif
Parser-2.44 perl module for parsing XML documents p5-libwww-6.15 library for WWW access in Perl Ragards ALex. On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 02:30:07PM +0200, Sol??ne RAPENNE wrote: > Hello, > > On -current munin-node listens only on ipv6 addresses when using "host *", I > ha

Re: editors/emacs gtk3 flavor is unusable

2016-06-02 Thread Alex Greif
Alex. On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 12:22:36PM +0200, Matthieu Herrb wrote: > On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 07:50:52PM +0200, Jeremie Courreges-Anglas wrote: > > Sol?ne Rapenne <sol...@bsd.zplay.eu> writes: > > > > > Hello, > > > > > > I have the package e

Re: net/iodine add rc script

2015-10-20 Thread Alex
On 20.10.2015 20:20, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: Index: pkg/iodined.rc === RCS file: pkg/iodined.rc diff -N pkg/iodined.rc --- /dev/null 1 Jan 1970 00:00:00 - +++ pkg/iodined.rc 20 Oct 2015 13:31:47

Re: net/iodine add rc script

2015-10-20 Thread Alex
On 10/20/2015 04:56 PM, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: > On Tue, Oct 20, 2015 at 03:36:54PM +0200, Alexandre Perrin wrote: >> Attached patch add a rc script for iodined and README to describe the >> rc script configuration. Tested on 5.8-stable amd64. >> >> Ok? >> >> Regards, >> Alexandre Perrin. > >>

Erlang/OTP R17

2014-09-10 Thread Alex Popov
Hello, Just checking if anyone is working on Erlang R17 port? Thanks, Alex

Input needed: www/roundup

2013-10-24 Thread Alex Holst
I'm trying to create a port of www.roundup-tracker.org but I get the following errors at build and fake. I have been unable to find the cause so I'd like input on what I'm doing wrong: /usr/ports/www/roundup$ make clean fake === Cleaning for roundup-1.5.0 [..] === Building for roundup-1.5.0

Re: x11/openmotif building package problem - MWM Title BUG

2010-10-21 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
Forgot to post into OpenBSD mail list about this. If somebody still uses MWM (Motif Window Manager) and has a problem with seeing Russian in window titles, there is stupidity that can fix that. http://www.motifzone.net/forum/xterm-title-some-russian-text post num.4. Hi, Can anyone reproduce

Re: gtk+1 deprecation

2010-10-14 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
Make gtk2 putty build on 4.8-current with gcc4. Shut up warning: missing sentinel in function call that cames from unix/dtkdlg.c (http://www.linuxonly.nl/docs/2/2_Sentinel_warning_missing_sentinel_in_function_call.html) Fix from espie@ (ignore the address of ... will never be NULL) for

Re: gtk+1 deprecation

2010-10-14 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
Has the issue Stuart mentioned here been fixed? No.

Re: gtk+1 deprecation

2010-10-14 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
14.10.2010 18:16, Alex Vladimirovich wrote: Has the issue Stuart mentioned here been fixed? No. But it doesn't touch the gui version of PuTTY, for which Stuart done this GTK2 port.

Re: [new port] games/supertuxkart: OpenAL skipping sounds

2010-10-11 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
06.10.2010 6:42, BSD wrote: The openal's patch works for me. -current i386. The game is running fine now. -luis Meanwhile i'm enjoying very hard skippings of sound and music with OpenAL and supertuxkart partially. If i disable music, sound skips a bit lesser, but all the same it's

Re: OpenBSD Vim Programming FAQ

2010-10-09 Thread Alex Libman
number. Also, how long before 7.3 makes it into -stable ports? -- Alex Libman, http://AlexLibman.com

Re: No Metalink clients in ports...

2010-10-09 Thread Alex Libman
Is anyone going to add aria2 or any other metalink client to the ports tree? I'm planning to put up some OpenBSD-related mirrors down the road, and using metalink can go a long way to increasing download speed and fault tolerance. -- Alex Libman, http://AlexLibman.com

net/irssi-0.8.15

2010-10-08 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
Hello Wiktor, hello list. I wonder that the @rm -rf ${PREFIX}/include is still in the Makefile (came with 1.26 revision far in the past: http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/ports/net/irssi/Makefile.diff?r1=1.25;r2=1.26;f=h). Any real reason to still remove includes? Build of some of plugins

Re: [new port] games/supertuxkart

2010-10-07 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
Be note, that 0.6.2a version still uses plib as 3D engine, while more recent SuperTuxKart starting from 0.7alpha1 uses new engine - irrLicht, that means that new stable release of the game will be probably uses irrLicht too as a replace of outdated plib. So should we port Irrlicht too? Howdy.

NEW: orthos 0.2-master

2010-10-07 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
Hello list. This is a draft port of X11 DM called Orthos. It was inspired by SLiM (which is already in the ports.) and have some code of the very early version of slim (althought it was totally rewritten in latest -master, but i didn't check it's state yet and so didn't use it for porting yet.

Re: update: devel/fossil-20101005035549

2010-10-07 Thread Alex Libman
. gnupg), or avoid installing a zillion different scripting languages (i.e. tcl). Best regards, Alex Libman -- http://www.fastmail.fm - Access your email from home and the web

Re: update: devel/fossil-20101005035549

2010-10-07 Thread Alex Libman
you can use it to sign your commits. Also why comment out REGRESS_DEPENDS? tcl shouldn't get installed unless you run make regress if I'm not mistaken. A normal user running make install or pkg_add will never get tcl installed. On Thu, Oct 07, 2010 at 12:36:32PM -0400, Alex Libman wrote

Re: OpenBSD Vim Programming FAQ

2010-10-07 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
I've decided to write Vim Programming FAQ. I'm not breaking here to make any holy war of text editors, but i'm *very* interesting did or will someone work on similar guide for Emacs? OpenBSD and nvi quote: vim is replacing nvi, since nvi does not have a pure BSD license, and vim also

Re: NEW: multimedia/bashburn

2010-10-05 Thread Alex Vladimirovich
Hello ports. If someone is still interested, here is a port of a new version of a BashBurn: 3.0.1. For those who doesn't know. BashBurn is an ugly (but yet workable) bash-written console multi-frontend to many utils like cdrtools/growisofs/etc. It has also possibility of audio-ripping via

Re: No Metalink clients in ports...

2010-10-03 Thread Alex Libman
(as well as libmetalink, etc) will soon make it into ports. I'm also hoping curl will soon add metalink support as well. Sample metalinks can be found at http://metalinker.org/samples.html Best regards, Alex Libman -- http://www.fastmail.fm - Accessible with your email software

No Metalink clients in ports...

2010-10-02 Thread Alex Libman
. There's a complete list at: http://metalinker.org/implementation.html Am I doing something wrong? Is anyone working on porting any of those? Best regards, Alex Libman -- http://www.fastmail.fm - A no graphics, no pop-ups email service

Re: No Metalink clients in ports...

2010-10-02 Thread Alex Libman
On Sat, 2 Oct 2010 11:05:31 +0100, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org said: On 2010/10/02 02:08, Alex Libman wrote: * mulk 0.5.1 `./configure` dies with cannot compile without libcurl, even though I have curl installed from ports (and there is no libcurl port). Don't have the time

Re: No Metalink clients in ports...

2010-10-02 Thread Alex Libman
Thank you very much, it /almost/ worked. net/libmetalink `make` finishes OK, but `make install` fails with: libmetalink.so.0.0 does not exist (see http://pastebin.org/3522). On Sat, 2 Oct 2010 20:11:51 +0100, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org said: On 2010/10/02 14:32, Alex Libman wrote

Re: scite port

2010-10-02 Thread Alex Libman
chars in the executable's name), could be made more intuitive if the port did this (or something similar) at the end: ln -s /usr/local/bin/SciTE /usr/local/bin/scite I'm glad that grep is not gReP ;) Brad Best regards, Alex Libman -- http://www.fastmail.fm - Choose from over 50 domains or use

Stable www/firefox35 (3.5.10) can't fetch source

2010-09-30 Thread Alex Libman
regards, Alex Libman -- http://www.fastmail.fm - A fast, anti-spam email service.

Re: splitting ocaml package

2009-10-20 Thread Popov, Alex
snapshot of Oct 18. Are you still getting build errors? //Alex

Re: splitting ocaml package

2009-10-19 Thread Popov, Alex
/dynlink' gmake[1]: *** [otherlibraries] Error 2 gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/obj/ports/ocaml-3.11.1p0/ocaml-3.11.1' gmake: *** [world] Error 2 *** Error code 2 Stop in /usr/ports/lang/ocaml (line 2193 of /usr/ports/infrastructure/mk/bsd.port.mk). Thanks, //Alex

Re: [update] erlang r12b5

2009-08-19 Thread Alex Popov
On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 2:17 AM, Stuart Henderson st...@openbsd.org wrote: On 2009/08/18 10:10, Benoit Chesneau wrote: On maintainer request I'm positing here the diff for erlang r12b5. This version will be needed for future couchdb 0.10. All couchdb tests pass with it. tested on amd64.

Re: testing: ocaml-3.11.1RC1

2009-05-26 Thread Alex Popov
On 5/19/2009 12:07, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote: Here is an early diff for anyone who wants to try out OCaml 3.11.1RC1 on OpenBSD-current: Tested with latest unison-beta (2.32.23) on i386 and sparc64. Trivial update for unison/snapshot is below. Index: snapshot/Makefile

Re: testing: ocaml-3.11.1RC1

2009-05-22 Thread Alex Popov
On 5/19/2009 12:07, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote: Here is an early diff for anyone who wants to try out OCaml 3.11.1RC1 on OpenBSD-current: http://recoil.org/~avsm/openbsd-patches/ocaml-3.11.1RC1.diff I've pasted the changelog below; it contains an important fix to threading/fork which may affect

Re: testing: ocaml-3.11.1RC1

2009-05-22 Thread Alex Popov
On 5/19/2009 12:07, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote: Here is an early diff for anyone who wants to try out OCaml 3.11.1RC1 on OpenBSD-current: http://recoil.org/~avsm/openbsd-patches/ocaml-3.11.1RC1.diff I've pasted the changelog below; it contains an important fix to threading/fork which may affect

Re: testing: ocaml-3.11.1RC1

2009-05-21 Thread Alex Popov
On May 20, 2009, at 17:51, Anil Madhavapeddy a...@recoil.org wrote: Not a clue... did you apply the diff in-place to your ports tree? No. I checked out ocaml port to /usr/ports/mystuff/lang/ocaml patched without errors there and built it from there. Didn't think it would matter.

Re: testing: ocaml-3.11.1RC1

2009-05-21 Thread Alex Popov
OpenBSD 4.5 (GENERIC) #1749: Sat Feb 28 14:51:18 MST 2009 I'll update to the current snapshot and try again. Thanks, Alex

Re: testing: ocaml-3.11.1RC1

2009-05-21 Thread Alex Popov
On 5/21/2009 08:44, Alex Popov wrote: Can't install lablgtk-1.2.7p6: lib not found Xi.10.1 Xi.10.1: partial match in /usr/X11R6/lib: major=10, minor=0 (minor not large enough) Which probably means that my snapshot is out of date: I am running OpenBSD 4.5 (GENERIC) #1749: Sat Feb 28 14:51:18 MST

Re: testing: ocaml-3.11.1RC1

2009-05-20 Thread Alex Popov
to make it use newer ocaml. Thanks, Alex

Re: UPDATE: net/ejabberd 2.0.1 - 2.0.3

2009-02-03 Thread Alex Popov
will be doing more functional testing later. // Alex

Re: UPDATE: net/ejabberd 2.0.1 - 2.0.3

2009-02-03 Thread Alex Popov
and runs for me on i386, but I am not testing it there (yet) Thanks, // Alex

Re: UPDATE: lang/erlang (12B5)

2009-02-02 Thread Alex Popov
On Sun, Feb 1, 2009 at 2:43 AM, viq v...@viq.ath.cx wrote: You need to install -docs to get the man pages with this patch. Thanks! `make install-all` fixed the problem. I agree that splitting this into two sub packages doesn't make much sense. And may create problems who's not familiar with

Re: UPDATE: net/ejabberd 2.0.1 - 2.0.3

2009-02-02 Thread Alex Popov
it as an attachment? Am I applying the patch incorrectly? // Alex

Re: UPDATE: net/ejabberd 2.0.1 - 2.0.3

2009-02-02 Thread Alex Popov
On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 2:53 PM, viq v...@viq.ath.cx wrote: Hm, what you're doing seems correct... So, patch attached, for those who need. Thanks for the quick reply! This patch applies cleanly... I am building it now on sparc64. // Alex

Re: [new] www/varnish

2009-01-31 Thread Alex Popov
- fixes the manpage (the others look fine) - installs /etc/varnish/default.vcl as @sample - adds pkg/MESSAGE that contains the link Jim mentioned, as well as a mention of vcl(7) - changes localstatedir from /usr/local/var/varnish to /var/varnish Compiles and runs on sparc64. Thanks for the

Re: UPDATE: lang/erlang (12B5)

2009-01-31 Thread Alex Popov
. Can anyone else test the port, please? // Alex

Re: [new] www/varnish

2009-01-30 Thread Alex Popov
Ns , Ns Ar path Thanks, Alex

Re: New: games/numptyphysics

2009-01-28 Thread Alex Popov
It crashes on startup with 'Bus error' and Core dump right after creation of user directory. // Alex On Jan 28, 2009, at 1:40, David Coppa dco...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, Can you confirm the following bug? I'm not able to reproduce it on i386, but I suspect an endianess problem... best

Re: New: games/numptyphysics

2009-01-28 Thread Alex Popov
Sorry for not getting back to you earlier. Attached is the backtrace on sparc64. // Alex This GDB was configured as sparc64-unknown-openbsd4.4... (gdb) start Breakpoint 1 at 0x12a4b8: file OsFreeDesktop.cpp, line 57. Starting program: /usr/local/bin/numptyphysics main (argc=1, argv

Re: New: games/numptyphysics

2009-01-27 Thread Alex Popov
/bsd.port.mk). Is there something wrong with my autoconf setup? I tried manually creating a link from aclocal to aclocal-1.9 but then it gets stuck at patching stage (just sits at === Patching for ... line), so this was probably dumb idea. // Alex

Re: NEW: ircd-hybrid-7.2.3

2009-01-26 Thread Alex Popov
On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 9:56 AM, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org wrote: On 2009/01/26 15:32, Bernd Ahlers wrote: Hey, this is a new port for the ircd-hybrid-7.2.3 irc server. I'd appreciate tests on !i386. Thank you! :) Compiles and runs on sparc64, although I haven't done much

Re: NEW PORT: ssl-cert-check

2009-01-24 Thread Alex Popov
to replace bash with sh, something that Ryan felt may break script on some platforms if he would apply it to his version. I also fixed issues you mentioned above, and mirroring copy of the script with version number added on my web site. Tested on i386 and sparc64. Thanks again for your help! Alex ssl

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