Re: They isn't very importan question

2011-11-06 Thread Jan Stary
and the core uses bindings to brainfuck. On Oct 23 18:44:32, Zantgo wrote: impossible, as so advanced will be made in language so basic not basic. visual basic.

Re: Update: mozilla-firefox 7.0.1 - 8.0

2011-11-14 Thread Jan Stary
On Nov 10 02:29:34, Nigel Taylor wrote: This has been built and tested on amd64 current. Please give this more testing, sites I visit normally all seem fine. Test for other arch? Comments? Ok? Works for me on i386 current. Jan

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-12-10 Thread Jan Stary
Replying to an old thread when I finally got around to it, I am trying again to get this AMR port commited: http://stare.cz/~hans/.tmp/opencore-amr-0.1.2.tar.gz Meanwhile, I have found that David Coppa tried to get this in before (and later OK'd my attempt):

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-12-10 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 03 21:11:22, Christian Weisgerber wrote: Jan Stary h...@stare.cz wrote: http://stare.cz/~hans/.tmp/opencore-amr-0.1.2.tar.gz It comes with the Apache License 2.0; I am not sure what that means for the PERMIT_* variables; I asked upstream, but someone here surely knows. AMR

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-12-11 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 01 17:01:41, Stuart Henderson wrote: The following ports are very likely to pick this up: audio/sox graphics/ffmpeg multimedia/avidemux multimedia/gstreamer-0.10 (plugins-bad and plugins-ugly) These need to be built with opencore-amr already installed and checked as to whether

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-12-11 Thread Jan Stary
On Dec 10 22:37:38, Jan Stary wrote: I am trying again to get this AMR port commited: http://stare.cz/~hans/.tmp/opencore-amr-0.1.2.tar.gz On Dec 10 14:06:27, Marc Espie wrote: There's been some recent confusion as to which version of a patch someone was referring to, because

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-12-13 Thread Jan Stary
audio/sox graphics/ffmpeg multimedia/avidemux multimedia/gstreamer-0.10 (plugins-bad and plugins-ugly) The above seem to not be broken (or in fact influenced) by the presence of opencore-amr as installed from the port (as attached) - see previous posts. The tests described in my previous

Re: UPDATE: FFmpeg 20111126

2011-12-14 Thread Jan Stary
On Dec 13 04:31:26, Brad wrote: On 26/11/11 6:03 PM, Brad wrote: Here is an update to FFmpeg 2026 snapshot and updates for some of its dependencies. Tested on amd64. http://comstyle.com/ports/ffmpeg/ Could someone who actually uses MPlayer please do some testing with mencoder and

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-12-16 Thread Jan Stary
On Dec 13 20:55:01, Jan Stary wrote: Are there further comments or objections to commiting this? Is there something else I need to do for someone with commit rights to consider this? Thank you Jan

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-12-20 Thread Jan Stary
On Dec 16 11:16:48, Jan Stary wrote: On Dec 13 20:55:01, Jan Stary wrote: Are there further comments or objections to commiting this? Is there something else I need to do for someone with commit rights to consider this? Is it the Christmass or is there simply zero interest

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2012-01-02 Thread Jan Stary
On Dec 20 22:34:46, Jan Stary wrote: On Dec 16 11:16:48, Jan Stary wrote: On Dec 13 20:55:01, Jan Stary wrote: Are there further comments or objections to commiting this? Is there something else I need to do for someone with commit rights to consider this? Is it the Christmass

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2012-01-11 Thread Jan Stary
On Jan 02 13:18:25, Jan Stary wrote: On Dec 20 22:34:46, Jan Stary wrote: On Dec 16 11:16:48, Jan Stary wrote: On Dec 13 20:55:01, Jan Stary wrote: Are there further comments or objections to commiting this? Is there something else I need to do for someone with commit rights

fluidsynth segfaults when loading the config file

2012-01-14 Thread Jan Stary
I a using FluidSynth 1.0.9 on OpenBSD 5.0. Things generally work, except that _some_ content of my config file makes FluidSynth segfault upon reading it. It seems that this is caused by any router_* command. For example, a config file containing just 'router_default' makes FluidSynth segfault.

MIDI softsynth

2012-01-14 Thread Jan Stary
On Jan 02 12:58:58, Alexandre Ratchov wrote: I don't use softsynths very often, but if I do, I use a midi thru box (additional -M option to sndiod) to make it look like a midi device so midish can use it. I record the softsynth output with -mmon option of sndiod. What soft synths do people

Re: fluidsynth segfaults when loading the config file

2012-01-18 Thread Jan Stary
On Jan 18 08:50:22, David Coppa wrote: On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 10:49 AM, David Coppa dco...@gmail.com wrote: On Mon, 16 Jan 2012, David Coppa wrote: On Sat, 14 Jan 2012, Jan Stary wrote: I a using FluidSynth 1.0.9 on OpenBSD 5.0. Things generally work, except that _some_ content

Re: fluidsynth segfaults when loading the config file

2012-01-18 Thread Jan Stary
On Jan 18 10:05:40, David Coppa wrote: On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 9:21 AM, Jan Stary h...@stare.cz wrote: On Jan 18 08:50:22, David Coppa wrote: On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 10:49 AM, David Coppa dco...@gmail.com wrote: On Mon, 16 Jan 2012, David Coppa wrote: On Sat, 14 Jan 2012, Jan Stary

fluidsynth latency (Was: MIDI softsynth)

2012-01-21 Thread Jan Stary
On Jan 14 18:28:45, Juha Erkkila wrote: But in my experience latency with fluidsynth can be totally okay, you just need to adjust buffer sizes for shorter latency. I run aucat with -b 440 -z 220 and fluidsynth with -c 2 -z 128. Keeping the machine not doing mostly anything else while playing

Re: MIDI softsynth

2012-01-21 Thread Jan Stary
On Jan 14 20:29:49, Alexandre Ratchov wrote: sometimes I use a home-made soft synth to get few specific sounds my hardware synth can't do. Given the quality of work you do in OpenBSD audio, I am interested in this homemade softsynth of yours. Could you please make it available? I will create

firefox vs Google Finance

2012-01-27 Thread Jan Stary
This is what happens in firefox 9.0.1 as freshly (pkg_add -ui)'d on a fresh snapshot/i386. Whan looking at a given stock in Google Finance, say http://www.google.com/finance?q=NYSE:ING the chart doesn't work. Not that I expect the interactive flash to work, BUT even the simple javascript

mutt-1.5.21p0v0 segfaults

2012-02-07 Thread Jan Stary
A fresh snapshot on amd64, pkg_add -ui without a problem. Then: $ mutt mutt:/usr/local/lib/libintl.so.5.0: undefined symbol 'stpcpy' lazy binding failed! Segmentation fault (core dumped) pkg_info -E says libintl.so.5.0 belongs to gettext-0.18.1.p0. Does this mean that the mutt package is not in

mysql doesn't try to start?

2012-02-18 Thread Jan Stary
I have installed mysql-server-5.1.60 on current/i386, configured it, and put it in pkg_scripts which now looks like this: pkg_scripts=postfix postgresql mysql But the mysql server doesn't seem to even try to start upon reboot. THis is how the mysql log looks after a reboot: 120218

Re: mysql doesn't try to start?

2012-02-19 Thread Jan Stary
On Feb 18 17:52:36, David Hill wrote: : pkg_scripts=postfix postgresql mysql You sure it is not mysqld instead of mysql? On Feb 18 23:53:05, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: pkg_scripts=postfix postgresql mysql s/mysql/mysqld/ Yes, of course. Thanks. Will punish myself by finding all the

MANZ breaks build of graphics/png package

2007-11-08 Thread Jan Stary
Hi all, setting MANZ=yes in my mk.conf broke the png package: the manpages are created as cat3/libpng.0.gz (as MANZ=yes), but the package build expects cat3/libpng.0 at al. (see the XXX places in the script) # uname -a OpenBSD dell.stare.cz 4.2 GENERIC#1 i386 # cat /etc/mk.conf MANZ

Re: Say NO to silent builds

2011-06-14 Thread Jan Stary
http://www.mail-archive.com/ports@openbsd.org/msg34856.html While updating audio/sox to 14.3.2, I noticed that its configure script also recognizes --disable-silent-libtool (and the Makefile uses that). Is that similar to the --disable-silent-rules story (and should it be added globally), or is

update: audio/sox 14.3.0 - 14.3.2

2011-06-14 Thread Jan Stary
manipulation -DISTNAME= sox-14.3.0 +DISTNAME= sox-14.3.2 SHARED_LIBS += sox 1.0 # .1.0 REVISION= 0 + CATEGORIES=audio HOMEPAGE= http://sox.sourceforge.net/ +MAINTAINER=Jan Stary h...@stare.cz # GPLv2 PERMIT_PACKAGE_CDROM= Yes @@ -64,7 +66,7

Re: update: audio/sox 14.3.0 - 14.3.2

2011-06-15 Thread Jan Stary
On Jun 15 09:30:42, Stuart Henderson wrote: In gmane.os.openbsd.ports, you wrote: This brings audio/sox to the latest release, adds myself as MAINTAINER as the port didn't have one, and deletes an unnecessary -I option that was solved upstream.

recursive distclean vs ports(7)

2011-06-19 Thread Jan Stary
The manpage of ports says: clean Remove the expanded source code. This does not recurse to dependencies unless CLEANDEPENDS is defined to Yes. distclean Remove the port's distfile(s). This does not recurse to dependencies. The wording for

FETCH_PACKAGES has no effect

2011-06-21 Thread Jan Stary
This is a fresh install on current/amd64, with ports cvs'ed up. According to ports(7), FETCH_PACKAGES If set to ``Yes'', try to use pkg_add(1) to install the missing packages from PKG_PATH. but that doesn't seem to happen: # pwd

Re: FETCH_PACKAGES has no effect

2011-06-21 Thread Jan Stary
On Jun 21 08:44:59, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: On Tue, 21 Jun 2011, Jan Stary wrote: # pkg_a -i findutils findutils-4.4.2|* | 98% findutils-4.4.2: ok So, findutils-4.4.2 *is* in $PKG_PATH. We don't know, you didn't provide your PKG_PATH. Why is it that pkg_add sees

[NEW] opencore-amr

2011-06-29 Thread Jan Stary
http://stare.cz/~hans/.tmp/opencore-amr-0.1.2.tar.gz This is a port of opencore-amr, which is an implementation of the Adaptive Multi Rate speech codec that seems to be used by many modern mobile devices (such as my android). (This is my first new port - please be gentle.) The main motivation is

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-01 Thread Jan Stary
On Jun 29 21:35:25, Jan Stary wrote: http://stare.cz/~hans/.tmp/opencore-amr-0.1.2.tar.gz This is a port of opencore-amr, which is an implementation of the Adaptive Multi Rate speech codec that seems to be used by many modern mobile devices (such as my android). (This is my first new port

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-01 Thread Jan Stary
On Jun 29 21:35:25, Jan Stary wrote: This is a port of opencore-amr, which is an implementation of the Adaptive Multi Rate speech codec that seems to be used by many modern mobile devices (such as my android). (This is my first new port - please be gentle.) The main motivation is to have

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-01 Thread Jan Stary
What exactly does the 0.0 mean in SHARED_LIBS? SHARED_LIBS += opencore-amrnb 0.0 SHARED_LIBS += opencore-amrwb 0.0 Running 'make plist' suggests this; but if I build the software natively (outside of the ports), the libraries are built and installed as *.so.0.2 Why is the above better

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-01 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 01 14:41:24, David Coppa wrote: On Fri, 01 Jul 2011, Jan Stary wrote: What exactly does the 0.0 mean in SHARED_LIBS? SHARED_LIBS += opencore-amrnb 0.0 SHARED_LIBS += opencore-amrwb 0.0 Running 'make plist' suggests this; but if I build the software natively

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-01 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 01 15:09:03, David Coppa wrote: On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 2:51 PM, Jan Stary h...@stare.cz wrote: OK, thanks. It is now in the port. Further comments? Yes. You cannot sort stuff as you like. Please, try to follow /usr/ports/infrastructure/templates/Makefile.template

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-01 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 01 18:09:53, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2011-07-01, Jan Stary h...@stare.cz wrote: It builds fine with USE_LIBTOOL=gnu. Yes it does. Thank you. I didn't know I could use USE_LIBTOOL=gnu. I forgot to comment on this earlier; it's available in cases where something doesn't

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-01 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 01 17:01:41, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2011-07-01, Giovanni Bechis giova...@openbsd.org wrote: On 07/01/11 15:39, David Coppa wrote: To anyone who wants to import it, you have my ok. Enable regression test as well, ok for me. The following ports are very likely to pick this

[UPDATE] sox

2011-07-03 Thread Jan Stary
This is an update to sox-14.3.2 that includes functionality of the new audio/opencore-amr port, which is *not* included yet; this can only be commited after opencore-amr is commited. (This diff is to make sure that existing ports do not create hidden dependencies on AMR in their binaries. More

UPDATE: ffmpeg

2011-07-03 Thread Jan Stary
This diff is to make sure that ffmpeg doesn't create hidden dependencies when opencore-amr is installed. On Jul 01 19:08:47, Brad wrote: graphics/ffmpeg ffmpeg's configure recognizes --enable-libopencore-amrnb --enable-libopencore-amrwb which default to [no] (but shouldn't

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-03 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 01 17:01:41, Stuart Henderson wrote: multimedia/avidemux This seems to ignore the installed opencore-amr libraries, but has no ./configure options to explicitly disable them. It uses its own libamr.c then. Does that mean that avidemux is safe from the possible opencore-amr import? Is

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-03 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 03 13:24:43, Brad wrote: On 03/07/11 3:46 AM, Jan Stary wrote: On Jul 01 19:08:47, Brad wrote: On 01/07/11 6:18 PM, Jan Stary wrote: audio/sox I will take care of audio/sox. In fact, I have an update for audio/sox ready, as my main motivation for porting AMR was to have AMR

Re: UPDATE: ffmpeg

2011-07-03 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 03 13:06:21, Brad wrote: On 03/07/11 5:05 AM, Jan Stary wrote: This diff is to make sure that ffmpeg doesn't create hidden dependencies when opencore-amr is installed. As I said in my other post this is not necessary. It is not necessary, because --enable-libopencore-amrnb defaults

Re: UPDATE: ffmpeg

2011-07-03 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 03 14:05:25, Ted Unangst wrote: On Sun, Jul 03, 2011, Jan Stary wrote: On Jul 03 13:06:21, Brad wrote: On 03/07/11 5:05 AM, Jan Stary wrote: This diff is to make sure that ffmpeg doesn't create hidden dependencies when opencore-amr is installed. As I said in my other post

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-03 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 01 17:01:41, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2011-07-01, Giovanni Bechis giova...@openbsd.org wrote: On 07/01/11 15:39, David Coppa wrote: To anyone who wants to import it, you have my ok. Enable regression test as well, ok for me. The following ports are very likely to pick this

Re: [NEW] opencore-amr

2011-07-03 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 03 15:11:49, Brad wrote: http://www.apache.org/licenses/GPL-compatibility.html Thanks, that's what I've been missing.

Re: New documents: How to create a port

2011-01-05 Thread Jan Stary
On Jan 05 13:52:22, Indunil Jayasooriya wrote: very Interesting. But, in spanish. Do you have one in english? Yes: http://www.openbsd.org/faq/ports/ On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 10:34 AM, Fernando Quintero fernando.a.quint...@gmail.com wrote: Hi lists, I uploaded 2 new documents about

Re: call for testing: firefox 4.0beta9

2011-02-27 Thread Jan Stary
http://rhaalovely.net/stuff/amd64/mozilla-firefox-4.0b9.tgz or try those packages (built against somewhat -current, don't come crying if it doesn't install on your box due to dependencies not matching) Boo hoo. http://rhaalovely.net/stuff/amd64/mozilla-firefox-4.0beta10.tgz

Re: call for testing: firefox 4.0beta9

2011-02-27 Thread Jan Stary
On Feb 27 11:30:37, Jan Stary wrote: http://rhaalovely.net/stuff/amd64/mozilla-firefox-4.0b9.tgz or try those packages (built against somewhat -current, don't come crying if it doesn't install on your box due to dependencies not matching) Boo hoo. http://rhaalovely.net/stuff

Re: Firefox sync extension

2011-02-27 Thread Jan Stary
On Jan 30 01:42:02, Rafael Sadowski wrote: firefox sync 1.6.2 extension don't work with OpenBSD Firefox. I get Error unknown as error massage. Does anyone have a suggestion how I can debug this? System : -current (4.9-beta), amd64 and mozilla-firefox-3.6.13p2 On Jan 30 05:26:39, Hugo Osvaldo

Re: Firefox 4.0 on 4.8-stable

2011-04-13 Thread Jan Stary
The diffs I had for a couple of ports have now been deleted. I just tossed away the candy I had for you. Please don't come back until you turn ten.

sox and mp3

2009-11-02 Thread Jan Stary
After reinstalling with 4.6, which comes with sox-14.2.0p2, I can no longer play mp3 files. On a previous install (4.5 which comes with sox-14.2.0p1) I could. When trying to process an mp3 file, all I get is: $ play -V file.mp3 $ play: SoX v14.2.0 $ play formats: detected file format type

Re: sox and mp3

2009-11-03 Thread Jan Stary
After reinstalling with 4.6, which comes with sox-14.2.0p2, I can no longer play mp3 files. On a previous install (4.5 which comes with sox-14.2.0p1) I could. http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-portsm=125718907606943q=raw This indeed installs 14.3.0 which plays file.mp3 all right.

ffmpeg capturing bktr: syncing video and audio

2010-01-11 Thread Jan Stary
Scenario: some old VHS tapes played in a Sony SLV-E710EE VCR, video output goes into a composite capture card, audio output from the VCR goes into the computers's sound card. 4.6-stable (see dmesg below). This is how I try to record the tape with ffmpeg: $ ffmpeg -y -v 1 -tvstd pal -isync -f oss

Re: ports that use audio but not with sndio

2010-02-03 Thread Jan Stary
On Jan 03 23:19:58, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 11:21:00PM +, Jacob Meuser wrote: in case anyone was curious of the current state. an update was requested. I plan to do a bulk build with an empty sys/audioio.h in the next week to see what I've missed, and to catch

audacity manpage relicts

2010-02-03 Thread Jan Stary
The manpage of audacity, as installed by audacity-1.3.9p0, says VERSION This man page documents audacity version 1.3.5

Re: audacity doesn't play back

2010-02-03 Thread Jan Stary
On Feb 03 12:06:20, Jan Stary wrote: Jacob, firstly, thank you for all the audio work you do on OpenBSD. You are turning my laptop into the best audio workstation I have. Right now, I am trying to use audacity as packaged in 1.3.9.p0 on a recent -current. I open a new project, record

Re: audacity

2010-02-04 Thread Jan Stary
On Feb 04 01:10:34, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Wed, Feb 03, 2010 at 10:05:28PM +0100, Jan Stary wrote: On Feb 03 16:10:48, Jacob Meuser wrote: I wonder if these problems would go away if jack support were dropped from portaudio. only working with 32-bit sounds suspicious. That's another

foomatic stopped working - PATH problems

2010-02-10 Thread Jan Stary
Printing on the HP Color LaserJet 2600n, I am using the foomatic filters with lpd. This worked with 4.6-stable, but stopped working now that I upgraded to 4.7-beta and upgradedall the packages. # pkg_info | grep foo foo2zjs-20090623p1 driver for ZjStream wire protocol compatible printers

ardour port

2010-06-13 Thread Jan Stary
On Feb 03 15:43:14, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Wed, Feb 03, 2010 at 12:06:20PM +0100, Jan Stary wrote: Jacob, firstly, thank you for all the audio work you do on OpenBSD. You are turning my laptop into the best audio workstation I have. Right now, I am trying to use audacity as packaged

Re: ardour port

2010-06-14 Thread Jan Stary
On Jun 13 23:51:25, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Sun, Jun 13, 2010 at 10:13:35PM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: On Feb 03 15:43:14, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Wed, Feb 03, 2010 at 12:06:20PM +0100, Jan Stary wrote: Jacob, firstly, thank you for all the audio work you do on OpenBSD. You

Re: ardour port

2010-06-14 Thread Jan Stary
On Jun 14 11:54:07, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 11:09:12AM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: On Jun 13 23:51:25, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Sun, Jun 13, 2010 at 10:13:35PM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: On Feb 03 15:43:14, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Wed, Feb 03, 2010 at 12:06:20PM +0100, Jan

Re: ardour port

2010-06-15 Thread Jan Stary
On Jun 14 14:52:52, Jan Stary wrote: On Jun 14 11:54:07, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 11:09:12AM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: On Jun 13 23:51:25, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Sun, Jun 13, 2010 at 10:13:35PM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: On Feb 03 15:43:14, Jacob Meuser wrote

mplayer not playing 24bit WAVs (sndio vs libao?)

2010-06-28 Thread Jan Stary
This is a fresh snapshot, with a fresh mplayer from snapshot packages. $ mplayer file.wav MPlayer SVN-r30866 (C) 2000-2010 MPlayer Team Playing file.wav. Audio only file format detected. == Opening audio decoder: [pcm]

Re: mplayer not playing 24bit WAVs (sndio vs libao?)

2010-06-29 Thread Jan Stary
On Jun 29 07:14:08, Jan Stary wrote: This is a fresh snapshot, with a fresh mplayer from snapshot packages. i386, I forgot. $ mplayer file.wav MPlayer SVN-r30866 (C) 2000-2010 MPlayer Team Playing file.wav. Audio only file format detected

Re: mplayer not playing 24bit WAVs (sndio vs libao?)

2010-06-30 Thread Jan Stary
On Jun 29 22:00:28, Jacob Meuser wrote: On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 11:21:56PM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: On Jun 29 07:14:08, Jan Stary wrote: This is a fresh snapshot, with a fresh mplayer from snapshot packages. i386, I forgot. $ mplayer file.wav MPlayer SVN-r30866 (C) 2000-2010

foomatic stops working again

2010-07-28 Thread Jan Stary
Hello, after an upgrade from 4.7 to current, my foomatic-filters stopped to work. This seems to be the same problem I had in http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-portsamp;m=126579897431692amp;w=2 where I was kindly given a patch that solved it. The patch no longer applies; there is another version of the

Re: foomatic stops working again

2010-07-28 Thread Jan Stary
a problem with paths and CWDs ... Thank you Jan On Jul 28 17:18:49, Jan Stary wrote: On Jul 28 13:55:06, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: On Wed, 28 Jul 2010, Jan Stary wrote: Hello, after an upgrade from 4.7 to current, my foomatic-filters stopped to work

Re: foomatic stops working again

2010-07-30 Thread Jan Stary
On Jul 30 12:22:18, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: Please try the latest foomatic-filters port, it should be fixed. The only difference in filters.conf seems to be that 'exepath' was replaced with 'execpath' :-) Was that really it? Anyway, with the current port, all the filters/tools are found in

Re: xxxterm 1.97

2010-08-11 Thread Jan Stary
On Aug 10 15:49:35, Marco Peereboom wrote: Oga made me make a port so here it is. New features: * add alias support * make tabs reorderable * :1 goes to top * add half page movement with ctrl-d ctrl-u * make entry green when doing ssl Bug fixes: * plug some memleaks and use after free

Re: snapshot packages?

2010-10-13 Thread Jan Stary
On Oct 13 15:07:26, frantisek holop wrote: hi there, for the last week or so, snapshot packages have strange dates alternating with a one day difference: -rw-r--r-- 1 1001 0 134946 Oct 10 02:02 aalib-1.4p2-no_x11.tgz -rw-r--r-- 1 1001 0 149811 Oct 9 02:58 aalib-1.4p2.tgz

Re: snapshot packages?

2010-10-14 Thread Jan Stary
On Oct 14 10:10:22, frantisek holop wrote: hmm, on Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 04:40:23PM +, Christian Weisgerber said that frantisek holop min...@obiit.org wrote: for the last week or so, snapshot packages have strange dates alternating with a one day difference:

Re: snapshot packages?

2010-10-14 Thread Jan Stary
Snapshots and snapshot packages move forward all the time, unlike your installed system. If you have a system that provides libcurses.so.10.0, and (a new version of) a package comes out that requires libcurses.so.11.0, there is simply no way to upgrade the package, because your system

Re: snapshot packages?

2010-10-14 Thread Jan Stary
On Oct 14 15:18:49, frantisek holop wrote: hmm, on Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 03:02:42PM +0200, Jan Stary said that Snapshots and snapshot packages move forward all the time, unlike your installed system. If you have a system that provides libcurses.so.10.0, and (a new version

Re: snapshot packages?

2010-10-14 Thread Jan Stary
(sorry, wrong list before) On Oct 14 15:40:21, frantisek holop wrote: hmm, on Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 08:26:58AM -0500, Marco Peereboom said that so you got lucky for 10 years, now what? port snaps always lag a bit, you know, the laws of physics. yes, sometimes more, sometimes less. but

Re: snapshot packages?

2010-10-14 Thread Jan Stary
On Oct 14 19:49:58, Henning Brauer wrote: * Jan Stary h...@stare.cz [2010-10-14 19:21]: but i guess this is possible if the port snaps building machine's system was built from newer sources, and wasn't an official snapshot. What official snapshot? the ones theo does. or more precise

Re: NEW: audio/shntool

2010-10-29 Thread Jan Stary
On Oct 29 10:19:43, Armin Wolfermann wrote: * Jacob Meuser jake...@sdf.lonestar.org [28.10.2010 23:49]: call me crazy, but I expect a utility named shntool to work with .shn (shorten) files. The manpage says it's a historic holdover: shntool is a misnomer, since it processes WAVE

Re: Printing with HP laserjet p1606dn and LPD, hpijis: unable to set device=

2010-11-04 Thread Jan Stary
On Nov 03 21:59:49, Abel Abraham Camarillo Ojeda wrote: I'm unsuccesfully trying to make this HP printer... to print... (this is a new printer I have already printed with windows XP, and on this OpenBSD box using foo2zjs instead of hpijs, but it only works via usb, not network...): So why

Re: Printing with HP laserjet p1606dn and LPD, hpijis: unable to set device=

2010-11-04 Thread Jan Stary
On Nov 04 06:29:08, Abel Abraham Camarillo Ojeda wrote: On Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 2:06 AM, Jan Stary h...@stare.cz wrote: On Nov 03 21:59:49, Abel Abraham Camarillo Ojeda wrote: I'm unsuccesfully trying to make this HP printer... to print... (this is a new printer I have already printed

Re: ee-1.4.6p1 and putty error

2010-11-05 Thread Jan Stary
On Nov 05 10:11:34, dal...@friedkin.com wrote: Hello, I upgraded from OpenBSD 4.6 to 4.7 and noticed that ee would no longer work: # ee /root/backup-list.txt sorry, unable to use this terminal type for screen editing Aren't you asked for the terminal type when you log in as

[NEW] opencore-amr

2012-02-27 Thread Jan Stary
This is a port of opencore-amr, an implementation of the Adaptive Multi Rate speech codec. http://opencore-amr.sourceforge.net/ (This has been reviewed a few times, and occasionally OK'd, but I never got anyone to actually commit it.) Jan port-opencore-amr-0.1.2.tar.gz Description:

sox-14.4.0 - mandoc glitches

2012-03-05 Thread Jan Stary
Attached is a port of audio/sox, bringing it to 14.4.0. Tested on i386 and amd. make package complains: warning: file `man1/play.1', around line 2667: table wider than line width grotty:standard input (man1/play.1):47303: character above first line discarded warning: file `man1/rec.1', around

Re: sox-14.4.0 - mandoc glitches

2012-03-05 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 05 16:46:25, Jan Stary wrote: Attached is a port of audio/sox, bringing it to 14.4.0. Tested on i386 and amd. Better now, courtesy of port-lib-depends-check. Jan port-sox-14.4.0.tgz Description: application/tar-gz

[NEW] opencore-amr-0.1.3

2012-03-06 Thread Jan Stary
While I was trying to get this commited, a new version came out. So here goes: AMR, an implmentation of the Adaptive Multi Rate speech codec, version 0.1.3. Comments? OK? Jan port-opencore-amr-0.1.3.tar.gz Description: application/tar-gz

Re: [UPDATE] sox-14.4.0

2012-03-06 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 05 17:22:57, Jan Stary wrote: On Mar 05 16:46:25, Jan Stary wrote: Attached is a port of audio/sox, bringing it to 14.4.0. Tested on i386 and amd. Better now, courtesy of port-lib-depends-check. Another few polished bits. Comments? OK? Jan port-sox-14.4.0.tgz

Re: [UPDATE] sox-14.4.0

2012-03-06 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 06 11:21:07, Brad Smith wrote: On 06/03/12 11:09 AM, Jan Stary wrote: On Mar 05 17:22:57, Jan Stary wrote: On Mar 05 16:46:25, Jan Stary wrote: Attached is a port of audio/sox, bringing it to 14.4.0. Tested on i386 and amd. Better now, courtesy of port-lib-depends-check. Another

Re: sox-14.4.0 update

2012-03-07 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 07 23:13:57, Ingo Schwarze wrote: warning: file `man1/sox.1', around line 2667: table wider than line width grotty:standard input (man1/sox.1):47303: character above first line discarded These are *not* mandoc(1) glitches, but groff error messages produced by grotty(1). Sorry; by

[NEW] audio/rtptools

2012-03-08 Thread Jan Stary
Attached is a port of rtptools: a set of tools to process RTP data. http://www.cs.columbia.edu/irt/software/rtptools/ Tested on i386 and amd64. I am not *absolutely* sure what the COPYRIGHT means for PERMIT_* - I asked upstream specifically. Appart from that: comments? Jan

Re: [NEW] audio/rtptools

2012-03-09 Thread Jan Stary
13:14:30 2012 +++ ./Makefile Fri Mar 9 09:09:28 2012 @@ -6,10 +6,11 @@ CATEGORIES = audio net HOMEPAGE = http://www.cs.columbia.edu/irt/software/rtptools/ MAINTAINER = Jan Stary h...@stare.cz -# See files/COPYRIGHT -PERMIT_PACKAGE_CDROM = Yes +# See COPYRIGHT: this siftware

Re: [NEW] audio/rtptools

2012-03-09 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 09 09:06:55, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2012/03/09 09:13, Jan Stary wrote: Out of curriosity: if I asked Prof. Schulzrine for a speficic, written prior permission, who should he make it to? OpenBSD can not accept this. OK, PERMIT_*_CDROM = no commercial redistrubution. Further

NO_BUILD port

2012-03-12 Thread Jan Stary
I am working on a port of software that is only a collection of sh(1) scripts. So there is no compilation; it doesn't even have a Makefile (the installation is just a cp(1) call). Is this special case described somewhere? Could you please point me to a port like this that already exists, so that

Re: [UPDATE] sox-14.4.0

2012-03-15 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 06 18:27:35, Jan Stary wrote: On Mar 06 11:21:07, Brad Smith wrote: On 06/03/12 11:09 AM, Jan Stary wrote: On Mar 05 17:22:57, Jan Stary wrote: On Mar 05 16:46:25, Jan Stary wrote: Attached is a port of audio/sox, bringing it to 14.4.0. Tested on i386 and amd. Better now

Re: [UPDATE] sox-14.4.0

2012-03-20 Thread Jan Stary
Let me try again: below is a better diff to 14.3.2 -MODULES= converters/libiconv This is definitely wrong. Keep the libiconv module and delete iconv from WANTLIB. Fixed below. You probably shouldn't do spurious whitespace changes here, it makes the diff hard to read. Also,

[NEW] opencore-amr-0.1.3

2012-03-20 Thread Jan Stary
I am trying again to get this commited. Is there something I can do to increase the amount of fsck given, or is there actually objections to this? Jan port-opencore-amr-0.1.3.tar.gz Description: application/tar-gz

Re: [UPDATE] sox-14.4.0

2012-03-22 Thread Jan Stary
Once more, *with* the forgotten twolame dependency (thank you Alex). Jan Index: Makefile === RCS file: /cvs/ports/audio/sox/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.49 diff -u -p -u -p -r1.49 Makefile --- Makefile15 Jun 2011

Re: [UPDATE] sox-14.4.0

2012-03-22 Thread Jan Stary
Index: Makefile === RCS file: /cvs/ports/audio/sox/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.49 diff -u -p -r1.49 Makefile --- Makefile15 Jun 2011 08:29:34 - 1.49 +++ Makefile22 Mar 2012 21:15:25 - @@ -2,7 +2,7 @@

Re: error out if PORTSDIR is not set to the real directory.

2012-03-23 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 23 07:11:45, RD Thrush wrote: My PORTSDIR is on an nfs server. Mounting the particular nfs directory on /usr/ports (and setting PORTSDIR accordingly) fails the new test in bsd.port.mk. Can you please show how exactly you are mounting it, and how exactly it fails? If you 'mount

Re: [UPDATE] sox-14.4.0

2012-03-23 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 23 14:07:31, Alexandre Ratchov wrote: On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 10:16:52PM +0100, Jan Stary wrote: Index: Makefile === RCS file: /cvs/ports/audio/sox/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.49 diff -u -p -r1.49 Makefile

Re: error out if PORTSDIR is not set to the real directory.

2012-03-23 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 23 13:59:42, RD Thrush wrote: On 03/23/12 09:01, Jan Stary wrote: On Mar 23 07:11:45, RD Thrush wrote: My PORTSDIR is on an nfs server. Mounting the particular nfs directory on /usr/ports (and setting PORTSDIR accordingly) fails the new test in bsd.port.mk. Can you please show how

audio/sox: getting rid of wget

2012-03-24 Thread Jan Stary
SoX uses wget(1) to play(1) remote files such as streaming radios. That is in fact a bug in the port (RUN_DEPENDS). Rather than adding wget to DEPENDS, the small patch below replaces that functionality with the base ftp(1). REVISION needs to be bumped I guess. Jan $OpenBSD$ ---

Re: audio/sox: getting rid of wget

2012-03-24 Thread Jan Stary
On Mar 23 23:19:02, patrick keshishian wrote: On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 11:09 PM, Jan Stary h...@stare.cz wrote: SoX uses wget(1) to play(1) remote files such as streaming radios. That is in fact a bug in the port (RUN_DEPENDS). Rather than adding wget to DEPENDS, the small patch below

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