Sandboxing Haskell Port Builds: ghc.port.mk diff + example converters/pandoc

2016-06-14 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hello ports@, Below is a patch to add cabal-sandbox support to ghc.port.mk, to build Haskell package-dependencies in a sandbox. The patch adds two new variables, a MODGHC_BUILD option "sandbox" and modifies MODCABAL_configure and MODGHC_BUILD_TARGET. Most of the diff should be obvious. I had to

Re: Sandboxing Haskell Port Builds: ghc.port.mk diff + example converters/pandoc

2016-06-15 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hi Stuart, On 06/15/16 06:56, Stuart Henderson wrote: > Hi Aaron, > > On 2016/06/14 21:08, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >> Below is a patch to add cabal-sandbox support to ghc.port.mk, to build >> Haskell package-dependencies in a sandbox. > > The patch got word-wrappe

Re: Sandboxing Haskell Port Builds: ghc.port.mk diff + example converters/pandoc

2016-06-16 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 06/15/16 07:46, Stuart Henderson wrote: > On 2016/06/15 07:12, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >> You are right. cabal can install from a local path. Is it possible to >> feed a bunch of files into the process by adding them to distinfo? > > Aha: if you can list the distfiles i

Re: Sandboxing Haskell Port Builds: ghc.port.mk diff + example converters/pandoc

2016-06-16 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 06/16/16 17:34, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: > On 06/15/16 07:46, Stuart Henderson wrote: >> On 2016/06/15 07:12, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >>> You are right. cabal can install from a local path. Is it possible to >>> feed a bunch of files into the process by adding

Re: Sandboxing Haskell Port Builds: ghc.port.mk diff + example converters/pandoc

2016-06-17 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hi Kili, On 06/17/16 01:32, Matthias Kilian wrote: > Hi, > > On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 05:34:09PM -0500, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >> Thanks to your suggestion and a pointer to the Java "maven" thread by >> Ian Darwin, I've updated the patches to ghc.port.mk t

Re: Sandboxing Haskell Port Builds: ghc.port.mk diff + example converters/pandoc

2016-06-16 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 06/16/16 17:34, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: > On 06/15/16 07:46, Stuart Henderson wrote: >> On 2016/06/15 07:12, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >>> You are right. cabal can install from a local path. Is it possible to >>> feed a bunch of files into the process by adding

NEW: misc/sword

2016-03-11 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hello ports@, Here is a new port : misc/sword Tested on: amd64. >From DESCR: The SWORD Engine is a software framework that allows research manipulation of Biblical texts. There are a number of projects that use The SWORD Engine, including Bibletime, Xiphos, PocketSword and many others. Many of

Re: NEW: misc/sword

2016-03-13 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 03/13/16 16:55, Dmitrij D. Czarkoff wrote: > Aaron Poffenberger said: >> I thought the LIB_DEPENDS and WANT_LIB were suspiciously empty. I must >> have had several of the dependencies already installed. What’s the >> best way to find them in such cases? > > As you m

Re: NEW: misc/sword

2016-03-12 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
> > On Mar 12, 2016, at 4:36 AM, Dmitrij D. Czarkoff <czark...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Aaron Poffenberger said: >> Here is a new port : misc/sword > [...] >> I'm working on porting one of the GUIs to use library but since this is >> my first port I'm sending

NEW: www/kcaldav

2016-04-19 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hello ports@, Here is a new port : www/kcaldav Tested on: amd64. >From DESCR: kCalDAV is a simple, safe, and minimal CalDAV server depending only on kcgi(3), SQLite, and expat(3). The ISO C source code is ISC licensed. For the time being, it works only for simple setups, for example, a

Re: NEW: www/kcaldav

2016-04-19 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 04/19/16 19:28, James Turner wrote: > On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 04:44:09PM -0500, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >> On 04/19/16 15:12, James Turner wrote: >>> On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 01:44:31PM -0500, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >>>> Hello ports@, >>>

Re: NEW: www/kcaldav

2016-04-20 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 04/20/16 06:51, Joerg Jung wrote: > On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 09:50:47PM -0500, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >> On 04/19/16 19:28, James Turner wrote: >>> On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 04:44:09PM -0500, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >>>> On 04/19/16 15:12, James Turner wrote: &g

NEW: www/kore

2016-07-12 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hello ports@, Here is a new port : www/kore Tested on: amd64. >From DESCR: Kore is an easy to use web application framework for writing scalable web APIs in C. Its main goals are security, scalability and allowing rapid development and deployment of such APIs. Because of this Kore is an

NEW: audio/kid3

2016-06-28 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hello ports@, Here is a new port : audio/kid3 Tested on: amd64. >From DESCR: Kid3 is an application to edit the ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags in MP3 files in an efficient way. Also tags in Ogg/Vorbis, Opus, DSF, FLAC, MPC, APE, MP4/AAC, MP2, Speex, TrueAudio, WavPack, WMA, WAV, AIFF files and tracker

Re: [update] eduke32/5775

2016-07-06 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 07/06/16 18:27, Ryan Freeman wrote: > On Sun, Jun 26, 2016 at 01:35:44PM -0700, Ryan Freeman wrote: >> On Sat, Jun 18, 2016 at 11:50:55PM -0700, Ryan Freeman wrote: >>> On Sat, Jun 18, 2016 at 03:54:45PM -0400, Daniel Wilkins wrote: The old version was something like 3 years old and 2000

Re: [NEW] audio/svmidi

2016-07-06 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 06/27/16 17:41, Henrique N. Lengler wrote: > On Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 01:26:10AM +0300, li...@wrant.com wrote: >> Mon, 27 Jun 2016 18:50:01 -0300 "Henrique N. Lengler" >> >>> On Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 12:09:10AM +0300, li...@wrant.com wrote: Mon, 27 Jun 2016

Re: NEW: audio/kid3

2016-07-06 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 07/05/16 11:10, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: > On 06/30/16 11:23, Adam Wolk wrote: >> On Tue, 28 Jun 2016 19:27:33 -0500 >> Aaron Poffenberger <a...@hypernote.com> wrote: >> >>> Hello ports@, >>> >>> Here is a new port : audio/kid3 >

Re: NEW: audio/kid3

2016-07-09 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 07/06/16 08:53, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: > On 07/05/16 11:10, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >> On 06/30/16 11:23, Adam Wolk wrote: >>> On Tue, 28 Jun 2016 19:27:33 -0500 >>> Aaron Poffenberger <a...@hypernote.com> wrote: >>> >>>> H

Re: [NEW] graphics/fotowall 0.9

2016-07-10 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 07/10/16 16:57, Adam Wolk wrote: > Hi ports@, > > New port attached. Looking for feedback and OK's. I do assume if at all > that it will be imported post ports freeze. > > The port has a single 3rd party patch reported upstream: > - https://github.com/enricoros/fotowall/pull/11 > > there is

/etc/pkg.conf vs PKG_PATH in `make depends`

2016-07-11 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
I added "FETCH_PACKAGES=yes" to /etc/mk.conf, executed `make depends` and several dependencies began building rather than installing via pkg_add. After further digging around I discovered that while I had "installpath" defined in /etc/pkg.conf I had no PKG_PATH defined. If I export PKG_PATH,

Re: NEW: audio/kid3

2016-07-05 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 06/30/16 11:23, Adam Wolk wrote: > On Tue, 28 Jun 2016 19:27:33 -0500 > Aaron Poffenberger <a...@hypernote.com> wrote: > >> Hello ports@, >> >> Here is a new port : audio/kid3 >> >> Tested on: amd64. >> >> From DESCR: >> >>

Re: NEW: audio/kid3

2016-07-05 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 07/05/16 11:16, Adam Wolk wrote: > On Tue, 5 Jul 2016 11:10:46 -0500 > Aaron Poffenberger <a...@hypernote.com> wrote: > >> On 06/30/16 11:23, Adam Wolk wrote: >>> On Tue, 28 Jun 2016 19:27:33 -0500 >>> Aaron Poffenberger <a...@hypernote.com> wr

Re: [NEW] security/routersploit

2016-06-30 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 06/30/16 15:24, Adam Wolk wrote: > On Wed, 29 Jun 2016 22:40:10 +0200 > Adam Wolk wrote: > >> Hi ports@, >> >> $ cat >> pkg/DESCR The RouterSploit Framework is an open-source exploitation >> framework dedicated for embedded devices. >> >> It consists of various modules

Re: www/otter-browser 0.9.10 beta 10 => 0.9.11-dev128 move to weekly releases

2016-06-20 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 06/16/16 18:54, Brandon Mercer wrote: > On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 06:44:09PM +0200, Adam Wolk wrote: >> Hi ports@ >> >> I have been talking with bmercer@ about moving our otter packaging from >> the beta release (which appears every 6 months) to a weekly package. >> This move is also applauded by

UPDATE: comms/rtl-sdr

2016-09-09 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hello ports@, Here is an upate to: comms/rtl-sdr Tested on: amd64 and bog-standard rtl-sdr device. To build gr-osmosdr we need the newer version of rtl-sdr (mostly definitions for newer devices). Upstream have not released a new version since 2014. I've changed the Makefile to pull

NEW: comms/gnuradio

2016-09-09 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hello ports@, Here is a new port : comms/gnuradio Tested on: amd64. >From DESCR: GNU Radio is a software development toolkit that provides signal processing blocks to implement software radios. It can be used with readily-available low-cost external RF hardware to create software-defined

Re: NEW: comms/gnuradio

2016-09-13 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Has anyone tried this? Any feedback? --Aaron * Aaron Poffenberger <a...@hypernote.com> [2016-09-09 09:53:10 -0500]: > Hello ports@, > > Here is a new port : comms/gnuradio > > Tested on: amd64. > > From DESCR: > > GNU Radio is a software development toolki

Re: NEW: comms/gnuradio

2016-09-20 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
Hi Stuart, Fixed. Crashing problem, not yet. Cheers, --Aaron * Stuart Henderson [2016-09-16 09:29:00 +0100]: > On 2016/09/15 23:59, Anthony J. Bentley wrote: > > From pkg/PLIST: > > > > share/doc/${FULLPKGNAME}/ > > ... > > > > FULLPKGNAME incorporates REVISION and

Re: NEW: comms/gnuradio

2016-09-20 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
:59:56 -0600]: > Aaron Poffenberger writes: > > * Aaron Poffenberger <a...@hypernote.com> [2016-09-09 09:53:10 -0500]: > > > > > Hello ports@, > > > > > > Here is a new port : comms/gnuradio > > > > > > Tested on: amd64. > >

UPDATE ports/plan9/plan9port MAP_STACK patch

2018-03-09 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
This patch updates libthread in plan9port to be MAP_STACK compliant, replacing calls to malloc/free with mmap and munmap when allocating thread stacks. The most obvious effect was sam(1), acme(1), and 9term(1) would core when executed. All three run now with seemingly no issues. There maybe

Re: UPDATE ports/plan9/plan9port MAP_STACK patch

2018-03-10 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
* Gleydson Soares <gsoa...@gmail.com> [2018-03-10 13:45:08 -0300]: > On Fri, Mar 09, 2018 at 06:42:25PM -0600, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: > > This patch updates libthread in plan9port to be MAP_STACK compliant, > > replacing calls to malloc/free with mmap and munmap when

Re: UPDATE www/kcaldav

2018-04-06 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
On 2018/04/06 06:44, Stuart Henderson wrote: > On 2018/04/06 10:42, Stefan Sperling wrote: >> On Fri, Apr 06, 2018 at 03:11:45AM -0500, Aaron Poffenberger wrote: >> > The following patch updates kcaldav to 0.1.6, making it compatible >> > with kcgi-0.10.2. >> &g

UPDATE www/kcaldav

2018-04-06 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
+DISTNAME = kcaldav-0.1.6 CATEGORIES = www HOMEPAGE = https://kristaps.bsd.lv/kcaldav/ @@ -14,7 +12,7 @@ MAINTAINER = Aaron Poffenberger <akp@hy PERMIT_PACKAGE_CDROM = Yes # "make port-lib-depends-check" can help -WANTLIB += c ex

Re: [jtur...@openbsd.org: Re: CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports]

2018-04-05 Thread Aaron Poffenberger
I apologize for the delay. Kristaps refactored kcaldav to work with the latest kcgi. I'm updating the port. I'll post it shortly. --Aaron > - Forwarded message from James Turner - > > Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2018 09:00:27 -0500 > From: James Turner