Re: Switch to LLVM 10 imminent

2020-08-01 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
On Sat Aug 1, 2020 at 4:14 PM EDT, Christian Weisgerber wrote: > I have uploaded the failure logs from early builds at > http://build-failures.rhaalovely.net/amd64-clang/ games/gzdoom may be fixable by updating the port to 4.4.x, which removes the offending line.

Re: [NEW] mail/aerc 0.4.0

2020-07-31 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
On Fri Jul 31, 2020 at 7:28 AM EDT, Raymond E. Pasco wrote: > This diff should fix WRKDIST and enable go ports to be patched again. And, dependent on that diff, the attached port replaces go-libvterm with a properly dynamic-linking go-libvterm, and depends on devel/libvterm from ports. a

Re: [NEW] mail/aerc 0.4.0

2020-07-31 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
This diff should fix WRKDIST and enable go ports to be patched again. diff --git a/lang/go/go.port.mk b/lang/go/go.port.mk index 0d254934f32..32a367a29bb 100644 --- a/lang/go/go.port.mk +++ b/lang/go/go.port.mk @@ -107,6 +107,7 @@ MODGO_SETUP_WORKSPACE = mkdir -p ${WRKSRC:H}; mv

[UPDATE] gopass 1.9.2

2020-07-30 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
I have been trying out various password managers, and I have been trying out the new go.port.mk features, and the intersection of those two things is below - gopass updated to 1.9.2 and modified to use the new features. --- security/gopass/Makefile | 103 - security/gopass/distinfo |

Re: UPDATE: graphics/scour to 0.37

2020-07-30 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
This diff seems right to me. Program still works fine.

Re: UPDATE: graphics/scour to 0.37

2020-07-30 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
On Thu Jul 30, 2020 at 4:51 AM EDT, Dimitri Karamazov wrote: > if it's a standalone application (couldn't possibly be another's > dependency) > then > >> MODPY_VERSION =${MODPY_DEFAULT_VERSION_3} > else > >> +FLAVORS = python3 > >> +FLAVOR ?= python3 > endif Makes

Re: [NEW] mail/aerc 0.4.0

2020-07-30 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
On Thu Jul 30, 2020 at 12:35 AM EDT, Raymond E. Pasco wrote: > - The previous time around, with a vendor directory, I was able to patch > the go-libvterm module to link against devel/libvterm instead of > bringing along its own libvterm. I am no longer quite sure how to do > this with

[NEW] mail/aerc 0.4.0

2020-07-30 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
With the arrival of the new Go ports tools, I wanted to try mail/aerc again. Here's my attempt. Notes: - Because upstream uses git tags like 0.4.0 instead of v0.4.0, proxy.golang.org relegates him to v0.0.0-longsuffix hell instead of letting him use real versions. I have no opinion on this

Re: UPDATE: graphics/scour to 0.37

2020-07-30 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
> MODULES = lang/python > MODPY_SETUPTOOLS =Yes > MODPY_VERSION = ${MODPY_DEFAULT_VERSION_3} >+ >+FLAVORS = python3 >+FLAVOR ?= I believe that we don't want both MODPY_DEFAULT_VERSION_3 and the python3 FLAVOR. Additionally, the upstream supports Python 2,

Re: maintainer update: www/hugo 0.73.0 --> 0.74.3

2020-07-26 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
This works for me (both -extended and not, tested the former on a site using SCSS). Version strings: Hugo Static Site Generator v0.74.3 openbsd/amd64 BuildDate: unknown Hugo Static Site Generator v0.74.3/extended openbsd/amd64 BuildDate: unknown

Re: [PATCH] Update: www/py-httpie 2.1.0 -> 2.2.0

2020-06-19 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
The upstream dev has made this patch, so I've gone ahead and added it to patches/ here pending the next release. It works for me, though I'm not sure why I never experienced the issue since I just have LibreSSL 3.2.1 from a recent snapshot. --- www/py-httpie/Makefile| 7

[PATCH] Update: www/py-httpie 2.1.0 -> 2.2.0

2020-06-18 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
Tweaks: remove unnecessary DISTNAME, change rm to rm -f in pre-test because I noticed make retest didn't work. --- www/py-httpie/Makefile | 7 +++ www/py-httpie/distinfo | 4 ++-- www/py-httpie/pkg/PLIST | 4 3 files changed, 9 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-) diff --git

Re: [PATCH] Update: www/py-httpie 2.1.0 -> 2.2.0

2020-06-18 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
On Thu Jun 18, 2020 at 8:30 PM EDT, Klemens Nanni wrote: > One failure in "make test" for me, did you see it? I don't get that failure (or any failures) on my system (recent snapshot, default python 3.7).

[PATCH] Update: www/py-httpie 2.1.0 -> 2.2.0

2020-06-18 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
Tested on amd64. Changelog: - Added support for custom content types for uploaded files. - Added support for $XDG_CONFIG_HOME. - Added support for Set-Cookie triggered cookie expiration. - Added --format-options to allow disabling sorting, etc. - Added --sorted and --unsorted shortcuts for

Re: maintainer update: www/hugo

2020-05-28 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
I was looking at the same thing recently, and this was the approach that worked for me (using cgo's pkg-config support). --- www/hugo/Makefile | 8 ...m_bep_golibsass_internal_libsass_a__cgo_go | 19 +++ 2 files changed, 27 insertions(+)

[UPDATE] textproc/scdoc 1.10.1

2020-04-01 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
Minor update. Patches are upstreamed and thus removed. diff -u textproc/scdoc/Makefile mystuff/textproc/scdoc/Makefile --- textproc/scdoc/Makefile Fri Jan 31 01:17:06 2020 +++ mystuff/textproc/scdoc/Makefile Wed Apr 1 06:59:35 2020 @@ -1,7 +1,7 @@ # $OpenBSD: Makefile,v 1.1.1.1

Re: [NEW] mail/aerc

2020-03-30 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
On Mon Mar 30, 2020 at 3:48 PM, Omar Polo wrote: > There's only one thing that I would like to report, as I think it's > an error. In the default config, in the filters section, there are > some paths that I don't expect: > > > subject,~^\[PATCH=awk -f >

Re: [NEW] mail/aerc

2020-02-16 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
Whoops, last message bounced from the list due to a bug in the very email client in question (although it went through to Aaron). Grabbed a patch from their list to address this for now, attached; the diff to go.port.mk is also reproduced below. diff --git a/lang/go/go.port.mk

[NEW] mail/aerc

2020-02-01 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
- I used a modified distfile provided by abieber with a vendor directory, which is necessary due to the large number of go package dependencies. - The custom version of go-libvterm used by aerc upstream includes an (unmodified) bundled copy of libvterm itself, which causes issues with the

Re: [NEW] textproc/scdoc

2020-01-24 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
I would bet most people interested in this are interested in the aerc mail program (https://aerc-mail.org). (I am.)

Re: [NEW] textproc/scdoc

2020-01-24 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
Thanks for the assistance.

Re: [NEW] textproc/scdoc

2020-01-22 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
Having looked at it a bit more, I see other statically linked ports with empty WANTLIB (e.g. shells/tcsh), but that doesn't necessarily mean it's correct. Since I don't know, here's another tgz identical to the last but with WANTLIB=c (which, if you remove -static, is what it would require).

Re: [NEW] textproc/scdoc

2020-01-22 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
> I _think_ it needs WANTLIB, bit I am not 100% sure on that. Once that's > sorted, OK abieber@ for import! I'm not sure when a port would or wouldn't WANTLIB=c, but lib-depends-check thinks it's superfluous here. > Side-note: If you are looking to import aerc, I have a wip of that as > well:

[NEW] textproc/scdoc

2020-01-19 Thread Raymond E. Pasco
This is a simple man page generation language. The only patch is to some tests, which failed because of errors in the tests themselves rather than program errors. I'm not experienced at OpenBSD ports; feedback is appreciated. scdoc.tgz Description: GNU Zip compressed data