firefox

2005-08-11 Thread Peter Valchev
BTW, the gtk+2 stuff is in the tree now, so EVERYONE who uses this please make sure to update and test this and report any regressions that you may notice! The next snapshots will have this update - look for version 1.0.6p0 (note the p0).

Re: NEW: GNU Smalltalk and Portable Forth Environments ports

2005-08-14 Thread Peter Valchev
We have a fine search facility, btw: in /usr/ports enter make search key=pfe to look for all ports related to pfe. You can use this to search for ports, maintainers etc. ... or even search on google! OK? of course not Index: Makefile

Re: mutt-1.5.9i crashing when reading certain e-mails

2005-08-18 Thread Peter Valchev
I don't know if this has been reported already, though I haven't found anything so far. Anyhow, when I read certain e-mails of the content-type multipart/alternative mutt crashes. This same problem occurred when running this version of mutt under 3.7-current. .. The details are in

Re: Update of gnocatan/pioneer

2005-08-31 Thread Peter Valchev
Now I want to upgrade the existend gnocatan port to pioneers, because pioneers is just the newer version of gnocatan. Are there any problems with this? I don't understand - given that the message was sent that we are in release mode, what are all these submissions about?? Obviously they

otpcalc 64-bit fix

2005-09-07 Thread Peter Valchev
the header file has size_t and that seems to make more sense. no bump in pkgname since there is no change except for on 64-bit architectures where it didn't built in the first place. comments? Index: patches/patch-crypto_c === RCS

sdl-1.2.9 update

2005-09-10 Thread Peter Valchev
Please test with your favourite applications Interested in a test on macppc as well, please mail me the full build file (I don't currently have a machine I can update to -current). There is some altivec support added it seems, we may need to disable in the port. Index: Makefile

qemu propolice problem?

2005-09-26 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT: /cvs Module name: ports Changes by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2005/09/26 14:47:56 Modified files: emulators/qemu : Makefile emulators/qemu/patches: patch-Makefile_target Log message: o add patch to permit osx x86 guest to run o fix Makefile.target to add

Re: Nmap - Core Dumps on AMD64

2005-09-27 Thread Peter Valchev
Appears it was fixed in 3.93, only reproducible with the old version.

Re: Patch to fix xuvmstat port with 16bit display depth.

2005-10-11 Thread Peter Valchev
I was getting failures to run xuvmstat on all my 3.7 and latest 3.8 snapshots. .. can you test this? updates to latest version which includes the fix (with a little hack) Index: Makefile === RCS file:

Re: bin_packages

2005-10-15 Thread Peter Valchev
building a port tries to pkg_add any prerequisites before building them. this is already possible, see BIN_PACKAGES in bsd.port.mk(5). I've been trying to get BIN_PACKAGES to work by putting BIN_PACKAGES=Yes in mk.conf, by exporting it to my environment and by running BIN_PACKAGES=Yes

Re: bin_packages

2005-10-16 Thread Peter Valchev
I've been trying to get BIN_PACKAGES to work by putting BIN_PACKAGES=Yes in mk.conf, by exporting it to my environment and by running BIN_PACKAGES=Yes make install to install a port. It's not working. Is the workdir still present? You'll also want BULK=Yes and

Re: new flavor for misc/screen

2005-11-01 Thread Peter Valchev
I've sent this to the maintainer some time ago, but have not heard from him since, so now posting here : no I've been using misc/screen for quite some time now, always with a setgid utmp binary. This enables me, amongst other things, to talk(1) to other users from within a screen session.

Re: strcmp vs strncmp question

2005-11-14 Thread Peter Valchev
In the meantime, we're a few posts down the road from the original question, and I haven't seen any answer; neither on the list, nor on the Net. I suppose it has something to do with strcmp continuing to compare until it finds a char with value 0, but I can think of many situations where

Re: centericq

2005-11-24 Thread Peter Valchev
so, i downloaded the newest, compiled with --without-msn (no curl here) and so far it's good. what's the issue i should be looking for? You precisely avoided the problem as it's in the msn code, I've the diff --without-msn in my tree but I was hoping it would get fixed. Ignoring it's broken

Re: libtool vs. -lresolv

2005-12-15 Thread Peter Valchev
The patch is fine as a workaround for above. But regarding upstream libtool, I'd rather like the fix be done in the right place, in KDEs configury. It's not only KDE which barfs at it. Things get worse when you also have a dummy libdl (libdl functions are in libc), which - out of a sudden

Re: www/analog

2005-12-20 Thread Peter Valchev
FYI, it seems that the sources for all but the latest (6.0) version have disappeared from $MASTER_SITES, thus failing the port build on all but -current. Luckily for cases like this, there are still packages. And contrary to source files, packages don't disappear. They are also on

gtk+2 backout

2006-01-05 Thread Peter Valchev
Please test this. package update also seems to work, the major is bumped so it should be trouble-free to go back in versions and continue life. There is the XPM security fix that will also need to go in, but I've left it out here for simplicity. This should fix the 8bpp displays problems for

Re: lang/python and NO_SHARED_ARCHS support

2006-01-27 Thread Peter Valchev
Currently it does not get built in fact, because databases/db is marked as NO_SHARED by default, which seems a bit dumb.

Testing Period

2006-02-04 Thread Peter Valchev
As we're nearing release, please concentrate on testing (especially binary packages) and less on needless updates or new ports. Of course there's still time to check out that piece of software you maintain or use and make sure there are no important reliability/security fixes available... The

sparc packages snapshot

2006-02-04 Thread Peter Valchev
Just copied fresh sparc and macppc packages snapshots. There is a fairly extensive breakage on sparc, there are 59 broken ports and as a result a total of 354 packages are missing (due to dependencies). This is of course to be expected, since sparc is one of the few architectures remaining to

Re: UPDATE: firefox 1.5.0.1

2006-02-04 Thread Peter Valchev
If this update is going to make 3.9, this is a pathetic amount of testing reports. This is important, please provide feedback! Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2006 15:40:34 +0100 From: Peter Stromberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: ports@openbsd.org Subject: UPDATE: firefox 1.5.0.1 Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: any erlang ports? (otp r10bX)

2006-02-13 Thread Peter Valchev
I think now is not the right time to bring in more updates, as has been asked by a few people already. We like to get a port right before committing it. 'Anything is better than...' does not make sense to me. I suggest you finetune the erlang port after tree lock and then it can get the

ports tree locked

2006-02-20 Thread Peter Valchev
The ports tree is now locked. What that means is that you should be very careful with the changes you propose and everything should be approved by me. However, you must discuss it with the usual suspects and other developers as well. Accept that we will ship with some bugs, but focus on fixing

firefox on sparc (or gcc2)

2006-02-25 Thread Peter Valchev
firefox is broken with gcc2. i don't have anything but the log handy right now, but here's how it broke. in case someone wants to try to fix this, you're more than welcome... c++ -o nsDeviceContextPS.o -c -DMOZILLA_INTERNAL_API -DOSTYPE=\OpenBSD3\ -DOSARCH=\OpenBSD\ -DBUILD_ID=2006012017

Re: pkg_add in feb 15 current

2006-03-02 Thread Peter Valchev
amaaq sudo pkg_add teTeX-base Error from http://openbsd.cz/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/packages/i386/: Successfully retrieved file. Can't resolve teTeX-base (a simple typo. s/-base/_base/) And how do you expect it to know that? It would be like asking for Coke in a restaurant, and being given

Re: www/minimo: shlibsign core dump

2006-03-08 Thread Peter Valchev
While trying to build www/minimo on amd64 -current shlibsign coredumps. .. This is caused by patch-nsprpub_pr_src_misc_prdtoa_c which I added in order to fix a similar crash on Zaurus. The patch ripped out the mozilla implementation of strtod(3) with the one taken directly from our libc. I

Re: [update] mark devel/gstreamer broken

2006-03-22 Thread Peter Valchev
Since there's now close to no chance that devel/gstreamer will be fixed in time for release, I think it should be marked as broken at least on amd64 (I don't have other arches to see if it works or not). Otherwise the release's ports tree will ship

Re: patch for mozilla and mozilla-firefox

2006-03-26 Thread Peter Valchev
Here is a patch that stops firefox crashing on sites like zdnet and ebay. (Murphy's crappy article about OpenBSD was a great help to find this null-pointer dereference ;) ) .. Has anyone encountered problems with this patch? The code looks correct and obvious and I plan to otherwise commit it.

Re: net/centericq port update to 4.21.0

2006-03-26 Thread Peter Valchev
MSN support is disabled now, because it needs gcc 3.4, believe me. Otherwise, it just segfaults. Even with the patch from http://centericq.de/archive/contrib/patches/centericq-4.21.0.msn.patch I have tried to fix this but failed; unfortunately the author has failed to take it seriously as

Re: UPDATE: scsh-0.6.7

2007-02-03 Thread Peter Valchev
Resubmitting the third time. http://www.altroot.org/scsh-0.6.7.patch The version we have is heavily outdated (last updated 4 years, 6 months ago), so it would be nice to have more recent and stable version in 4.1. MAINTAINER has not responded in 2 months, the email in the

Re: UPDATE: nmap

2007-02-08 Thread Peter Valchev
Nmap updated to 4.20 version, it seems to work even with OpenBSD's libpcap. Tested on i386. Can you not GZIP the diffs that you send in the future please? in your patch-tcpip.cc --- tcpip.cc.orig Sun Feb 4 16:06:01 2007 +++ tcpip.ccSun Feb 4 16:08:26 2007 @@ -99,6 +99,8 @@

ports pre-lock

2007-02-11 Thread Peter Valchev
We are nearing release, so we need people to start focusing on testing packages and fixing bugs. At this point big updates (with long dependency chains) will be a no-no unless there is a very good reason, and new ports can wait until after release. Again, focus on finding problems. Trivial

tree open

2007-03-14 Thread Peter Valchev
The ports tree is open for business again, so in case you submitted something in the past few weeks and it was ignored due to our release process, feel free to prod people and submit it again.

Re: mirror, once more..

2007-03-19 Thread Peter Valchev
This is committed now. Since Bob is one of the biggest users of mirror here, it's been well tested :)

Re: UPDATE: hiawatha-5.7

2007-03-22 Thread Peter Valchev
--- /usr/ports/www/hiawatha/pkg/PLIST Sun Dec 31 11:32:42 2006 +++ hiawatha/pkg/PLISTSun Mar 4 13:02:22 2007 @@ -1,14 +1,20 @@ @comment $OpenBSD: PLIST,v 1.1.1.1 2006/12/31 10:32:42 ajacoutot Exp $ @newgroup _hiawatha:579 @newuser _hiawatha:579:579:daemon:Hiawatha HTTP

netbeans busted on amd64

2007-04-01 Thread Peter Valchev
Something broke it recently, java hangs on DDProvider.java [javac] /usr/obj/ports/netbeans-5.5p0/netbeans-src/websvc/websvcddapi/src/org/netbeans/modules/j2ee/dd/api/webservices/DDProvider.java:168: warning: [unchecked] unchecked call to put(K,V) as a member of the raw type java.util.Map

amd64 pkg snapshot

2007-04-04 Thread Peter Valchev
A -current amd64 snapshot is making its way to the mirrors now, ready for testing. This is built with xenocara (after the lib fixes).

Re: [strange work around] Re: snort alert timestamps are close to random

2007-04-07 Thread Peter Valchev
Ok, I think I've found the root cause of the problem, but it's strange. In ts_print() function in util.c (just for those interested in locating the line below in snort source code), there is a line like this: s = (tvp-tv_sec + localzone) % 86400; On amd64, this produces random output (not

Re: [strange work around] Re: snort alert timestamps are close to random

2007-04-07 Thread Peter Valchev
Ok, I think I've found the root cause of the problem, but it's strange. In ts_print() function in util.c (just for those interested in locating the line below in snort source code), there is a line like this: s = (tvp-tv_sec + localzone) % 86400; On amd64, this produces random

Re: NEW: textproc/gsed

2007-05-14 Thread Peter Valchev
GNU sed is the Free Software Foundation's version of the sed(1) editor. GNU sed isn't really a true text editor or text processor. Instead, it is used to filter text, i.e., it takes text input and performs some operation (or set of operations) on it and outputs the modified text.

Re: boehm-gc 6.8 working version

2007-06-01 Thread Peter Valchev
Here is an update to my first attempt to create a port for last boehm-gc. This one works well with inkscape and w3m on i386. boehm-gc is difficult, it needs someone with access to multiple machine architectures and a fair understanding of OS internals to get it configured properly. it

Re: drop maintainership of x11/wmii

2007-06-08 Thread Peter Valchev
Done. Anyone want to take it over?

ports soft lock

2007-08-02 Thread Peter Valchev
The ports tree is now soft locked. What this means is that we are in release mode, and new ports/updates will now stop except for very important cases. Everything has to be approved by me, naddy or espie. If you have something you deem will make 4.2 better, talk to us. This is what the next week

Re: Tor 1.2.16 - Security hole

2007-08-08 Thread Peter Valchev
On 8/8/07, Peter Thoenen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I hate to call Rui out in public but he is the maintainer here and very non responsive to private emails about this. Tor 1.1.x has BEEN DEPRECIATED from before the time 4.1 STABLE was released (you were notified of this also Rui) and all

Re: net/centericq port update to 4.21.0

2006-03-28 Thread Peter Valchev
PV I have tried to fix this but failed; unfortunately the author has failed PV to take it seriously as well. PV This update also suffers from the fact that it does not detect the PV installed libiconv/libintl (which is listed as dependency) and builds PV its own copy - that must be fixed.

Re: Update: archivers/zoo

2006-04-07 Thread Peter Valchev
Actually there are way more issues in it ... a small list that linux people have fixed: http://rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/suse/updates/10.0-OSS/i386/rpm/i586/zoo-2.10-858.4.i586.html Patches for those follow; however this thing is a pile of poo altogether. There are likely many other issues (just

Re: /tmp/.shtool.$$ files from php5-core install

2006-04-07 Thread Peter Valchev
I just want to check to make sure that this is a normal and expected behavior. During 'make package' step of building the php5-core port these files are 'touch'ed. Nobody feel motivated to fix it? Come on it should be easy! Details: [EMAIL PROTECTED] $ pwd /usr/port/www/php5/core

Re: NEW: security/beecrypt

2006-04-18 Thread Peter Valchev
Beecrypt is a crytography library, it is present both on NetBSD and FreeBSD's ports tree. This is my first attempt at creating a port, any corrections are most welcome. - It looks to have various dependencies none of which are registered in your port (such as python). Or these need to be

Re: UPDATE: graphics/netpbm

2006-05-31 Thread Peter Valchev
Builds on amd64, i386, sparc64. As Bernd learned the hard way, this port triggers an amazing 11 ICEs (instances of internal compiler error) on alpha, unless compiled without optimization. But soon with gcc3 this won't be a problem I guess (this is good though for now) ---

Re: UPDATE: graphics/netpbm

2006-06-01 Thread Peter Valchev
Builds on amd64, i386, sparc64. No checking of dependent ports done yet. those are the only 2 that break i think (lib depends ones) someone needs to make sure the RUN_DEPENDS ones work by testing them too. Index: converters/ppmtoTbmp/Makefile

math/cfitsio regress test

2006-06-28 Thread Peter Valchev
It requires that the library be installed so 'make regress' fails. ... cd /t/obj/ports/cfitsio-3.006/cfitsio ./testprog testprog.lis ./testprog: can't load library 'libcfitsio.so.0.0' *** Error code 4 Should we point LD_LIBRARY_PATH to the fake area so this works? Or is this patch acceptable?

vmware in -current

2006-07-13 Thread Peter Valchev
Vmware has been broken in -current for a long time now by the PAE changes. If you have an interest in a working vmware in the next release, and want to try your hand at a hard problem, someone stepping up with a fix would be great. todd@ and mcbride@ should have details, and in fact posting them

ports tree soft lock

2006-08-04 Thread Peter Valchev
We are nearing release again. Stop working on big upgrades and features and concentrate on quality. From now on every commit should be approved by at least one of these people: pvalchev, naddy, espie, sturm Once again, concentrate on testing and fixing things. Simple upgrades and new ports

ports tree lock

2006-08-31 Thread Peter Valchev
The tree is locked now. If you think something is important enough to consider for release, talk to me. Keep testing package snapshots... we're in full release mode.

Re: abcde: Fix which(1) usage, fix normalizing and MP3 id3 tagging

2006-09-21 Thread Peter Valchev
This enables normalizing using audio/normalize (as opposed to normalize-audio, which we don't have) and id3 tagging to MP3s using audio/id3ed (as opposed to id3, which we don't have). There is also a bug in the way they use which(1); our version prints error messages to stdout, whereas they

Re: patch: isc dhcp with privdrop

2006-09-21 Thread Peter Valchev
Come on people - why did this get dropped??? Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 09:28:27 -0600 (CST) From: Jakob Schlyter [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: ports@openbsd.org Subject: patch: isc dhcp with privdrop Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] could users of the isc dhcp please test this patch. thanks,

Re: UPDATE: subversion 1.4.0

2006-09-30 Thread Peter Valchev
With alpha now using gcc3, the *_main_c patches are no longer needed. Attached a new diff. Please test. There are other architectures that still use gcc2.

Re: UPDATE: pilot-link-0.12.1

2006-09-30 Thread Peter Valchev
I did not realize that activating libusb support would disable native USB sync (uvisor), so let's make it a FLAVOR. so what does the libusb flavor actually gain then ?

Re: Update: net/tor (Update to 0.1.1.24 included)

2006-10-05 Thread Peter Valchev
0.1.1.23 is outdated now. They just released 0.1.1.24. Here the diff: It has a maintainer, did you send him a note too?

update to sdl-1.2.11

2006-10-08 Thread Peter Valchev
Here is an SDL update various people have asked for. I have only lightly tested it on amd64 so far, and would love to get more comments. Index: Makefile === RCS file: /cvs/ports/devel/sdl/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.45 diff -u

Re: databases/postgresql, changes to the -server subpackage

2006-10-18 Thread Peter Valchev
I am changing slightly the way we install a PostgreSQL server. To recall, up to now installing the postgresql-server package created a default database for you. But this database was not secured. This has led to problems in some installations where the users were not aware of this.

Re: UPDATE: www/tidy

2006-10-18 Thread Peter Valchev
This diff updates www/tidy port + adds building of shared library which is usefull when, for example, compiling php with tidy support. .. Index: tidy/pkg/PFRAG.shared === RCS file: tidy/pkg/PFRAG.shared diff -N

Re: UPDATE: www/tidy

2006-10-18 Thread Peter Valchev
this is wrong, in OpenBSD, the libs are named libFOO.so.VERSION, not libFOO-version The below patch should correct that. Did you test it? It seems not: ../../bin/tidy -xml-help ../../htmldoc/tidy-help.xml ../../bin/tidy: can't load library 'libtidy.so.1.0' gmake: ***

Re: UPDATE: www/tidy

2006-10-18 Thread Peter Valchev
this is a fixed patch links binary against shared lib fixes the way it's called (goes to fake location) binary/libs installed to fake/ before headers now (since headers are generated, other order breaks) sets LD_LIBRARY_PATH Index: Makefile

Re: NEW: avidemux-2.1.2

2006-10-19 Thread Peter Valchev
pkg/DESCR Avidemux is a free video editor designed for simple cutting, filtering and encoding tasks. It supports many file types, including AVI, DVD compatible MPEG files, MP4 and ASF, using a variety of codecs. Tasks can be automated using projects, job queue and powerful scripting

Re: NEW: security/rainbowcrack

2006-10-20 Thread Peter Valchev
Here is a port to get rainbowcrack to natively compile on OpenBSD. Currently I do not allow source or binary distribution because of lack of license in the source file, however I am trying to contact the author to receive a friendly license. I know I would find this port very useful even

Re: fvwm2 update to 2.5.x

2006-10-30 Thread Peter Valchev
- why did you remove Peter Valchev from maintainer? Did you contact him? Anyway, since this is a devel version, I think it should not replace the in-tree fvwm2 port but rather be a new port like x11/fvwm2-devel. How about creating stable and snapshot dirs inside the x11/fvwm2 directory

Re: FIX: net/snort

2006-11-19 Thread Peter Valchev
This diff fixes unified logging/alerting on 64-bit platforms. http://secure.lv/~nikns/stuff/ports/snort-2.6.0.2p1.diff ... +--- src/snort_packet_header.h.orig Thu Jan 19 19:09:12 2006 src/snort_packet_header.hTue Nov 7 20:28:12 2006 +@@ -16,12 +16,20 @@ + #include

CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports

2006-11-24 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT:/cvs Module name:ports Changes by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2006/11/24 22:33:28 Modified files: net/snort : Makefile Added files: net/snort/patches: patch-src_event_h patch-src_output-plugins_spo_unified_c

CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports

2006-11-24 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT:/cvs Module name:ports Changes by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2006/11/24 22:40:31 Modified files: multimedia/xine-lib: Makefile multimedia/xine-lib/patches: patch-configure Log message: fix altivec test on powerpc, -force_cpusubtype_ALL appears to be a

Re: gtk+2 patch for xenocara

2006-12-02 Thread Peter Valchev
When building ports with X.Org 7.2RC2 (xenocara), the Gtk+2 configure script picks up the new x11.pc pkg-config file but fails to use it correctly (it ignores CFLAGS). The attached patch fixes that, and doesn't change the behaviour with X.Org 6.9.0 (XF4). ok? Looks OK but bump PKGNAME of

needs tests: sdl update

2007-09-15 Thread Peter Valchev
New SDL update from brad@ that needs a lot more testing. Antoine already verified that this fixes the powerpc bug that was a show-stopper for the previous updates (and caused a backout last year), so there are currently no known issues with this. Please report back sdl.diff Description: Binary

NEW: qlandkarte

2007-12-28 Thread Peter Valchev
Comments and tests appreciated. qlandkarte-20071222 Comment: garmin gps map management tool Description: QLandkarte is a Garmin GPS data visualization and managing tool. Maintainer: Peter Valchev [EMAIL PROTECTED] WWW: http://qlandkarte.sourceforge.net/ qlandkarte.tar.gz Description: GNU

update to sdl-1.2.13

2008-01-02 Thread Peter Valchev
Fixes a fullscreen crash with ffmpeg, etc. due to expecting memory to be executable by default - use mprotect() - Reported by deanna@ Notes from the release: Unix Notes * Fixed crash in SDL_SoftStretch() on secure operating systems. * Fixed undefined symbol on X11 implementations without UTF-8

Re: PATCH: devel/sdl

2008-01-27 Thread Peter Valchev
On 1/25/08, Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 25 Jan 2008, Antti Harri wrote: If you don't specify a major.minor in the name passed dlopen() it will select the one with the highest major then highest minor after that. Anyone wanting to commit this has my OK; it really

ports is unlocked

2008-03-14 Thread Peter Valchev

Re: DRM in xpdf

2008-04-25 Thread Peter Valchev
On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 8:22 AM, Deanna Phillips [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Floor Terra [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: There are similar checks to prevent printing for example. You only need to put return 1; in OkToPrint()[1]. It's trivial to change the source and recompile if you need to.

Re: UPDATE: mcabber-0.9.7

2008-04-25 Thread Peter Valchev
updated, thanks! On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 2:47 PM, Markus Hennecke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This patch will bring the mcabber port to the version 0.9.7 released today. Included is the resize fix for OpenBSD. Tested by Simon Kuhnle and myself on amd64. Please test and commit. Kind regards,

only days left to ports lock (4.4 release)

2008-07-28 Thread Peter Valchev
We are in release mode, with 4.4 just around the corner. This means that from now, no more commits to ports unless they are VERY urgent - such as fixing a broken dependency, high impact security issue, etc, and they must be explicitly approved. Every commit from now on must have an OK by

Re: Python, was: Re: only days left to ports lock (4.4 release)

2008-08-04 Thread Peter Valchev
On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 12:41 PM, Valery Masiutsin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2008/08/04 16:32, Valery Masiutsin wrote: Hello. What about issues in #2588, #2599, #2620 ? Oh... Are python users supposed to tramp through the tickets just to identify the security problems? It would be

ports tree locked

2008-08-06 Thread Peter Valchev
With the python fixes just making it in, the tree is now locked for the 4.4 release. Thanks to everyone who tested!

Re: ports tree locked

2008-08-19 Thread Peter Valchev
On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 9:38 AM, Hugo Villeneuve [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Aug 05, 2008 at 08:27:44PM -0700, Peter Valchev wrote: With the python fixes just making it in, the tree is now locked for the 4.4 release. Thanks to everyone who tested! What's happening with m68k? No snapshot

ports is now unlocked

2008-08-19 Thread Peter Valchev

Re: fvwm-devel (2.5.x)

2011-03-22 Thread Peter Valchev
On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 1:22 PM, Rafael Sadowski raf...@sizeofvoid.org wrote: On Fri Mar 18, 2011 at 09:17:23PM +0500, Alexandr Shadchin wrote: I prepared diff update x11/fvwm2 to 2.5.31 (on request and test mikeb@) current x11/fvwm2 - 2.4.20 (stable branch) last version fvwm2 - 2.5.31

chromium port update

2010-03-31 Thread Peter Valchev
After a long battle with various issues that cropped up, and thanks to huge help from the guy working on the FreeBSD port (linked from my page), I have an update to chromium-5.0.539.0 4.7ish packages for i386 amd64 are available here: http://sightly.net/peter/openbsd/chromium/ As well as the

Re: chromium port update

2010-03-31 Thread Peter Valchev
On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 9:16 PM, joshua stein j...@openbsd.org wrote: I'd appreciate tests on amd64, especially, as I don't have one locally - I tested that it starts up and renders google.com, but anything more is too much of a pain over ssh X forwarding :-) I know the old port had V8 issues

Re: chromium port update

2010-04-01 Thread Peter Valchev
On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 9:51 PM, Antti Harri i...@openbsd.fi wrote: Great to have an updated build, but I guess this is still true: This package currently requires a CPU supporting SSE2. You can check this with: dmesg | grep 'cpu.*SSE2' Yeah. I'm sure it's possible to get it working on

Re: chromium port update

2010-04-01 Thread Peter Valchev
On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 11:50 PM, Antoine Jacoutot ajacou...@bsdfrog.org wrote: On Wed, 31 Mar 2010, Peter Valchev wrote: After a long battle with various issues that cropped up, and thanks to huge help from the guy working on the FreeBSD port (linked from my page), I have an update

Re: chromium port update

2010-04-01 Thread Peter Valchev
On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 8:47 AM, Auclair Vincent auclair.vinc...@gmail.com wrote: On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 5:24 PM, Peter Valchev pvalc...@openbsd.org wrote: On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 11:50 PM, Antoine Jacoutot ajacou...@bsdfrog.org wrote: On Wed, 31 Mar 2010, Peter Valchev wrote: After a long

Re: chromium port update

2010-04-01 Thread Peter Valchev
On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 10:42 AM, Auclair Vincent auclair.vinc...@gmail.com wrote: Tested on an i386 eeepc. Works fine, some quirks when moving a tab : a square that is not drawn back until I drop the tab. (it follows the cursor) Hmm, actually tab dragging is totally busted with fvwm2, I just

Re: Update: xdelta

2008-12-05 Thread Peter Valchev
On Fri, Dec 5, 2008 at 8:02 AM, Jim Dew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Theres no maintainer listed for xdelta, and I noticed there was an update available when I was installing it earlier today. The changes in patches/patch-xd_edsio_c have been incorporated upstream, so it needs to be removed. I

NEW: geo/gdal

2008-12-05 Thread Peter Valchev
A library necessary for QLandkarte GT which I'm in the process of porting - a newer version of geo/qlandkarte (www.qlandkarte.org) Would appreciate a cross-check and extra test :) Thanks, Peter gdal.tar.gz Description: application/tar-gz

Re: NEW: geo/gdal

2008-12-10 Thread Peter Valchev
On Sat, Dec 6, 2008 at 2:36 AM, Matthias Kilian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Dec 05, 2008 at 08:20:09PM -0800, Peter Valchev wrote: A library necessary for QLandkarte GT which I'm in the process of porting - a newer version of geo/qlandkarte (www.qlandkarte.org) Would appreciate a cross

CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports

2010-05-11 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT:/cvs Module name:ports Changes by: pvalc...@cvs.openbsd.org2010/05/11 17:22:37 Modified files: math/yorick: Makefile distinfo math/yorick/pkg: PLIST Log message: update to yorick-2.1.06; from didick...@gmail.com

CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports

2010-05-17 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT:/cvs Module name:ports Changes by: pvalc...@cvs.openbsd.org2010/05/17 13:01:34 Modified files: www/chromium : Makefile distinfo Log message: minor update to chromium-5.0.359.1

CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports

2011-04-06 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT:/cvs Module name:ports Changes by: pvalc...@cvs.openbsd.org2011/04/06 12:52:21 Modified files: net/p5-Net-RawIP: Makefile distinfo net/p5-Net-RawIP/pkg: PLIST Log message: update to 0.25; from glaydson soares ok sthen

CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports

2008-07-30 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT:/cvs Module name:ports Changes by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2008/07/30 18:02:59 Modified files: x11: Makefile Removed files: x11/paragui: Makefile distinfo x11/paragui/patches: patch-src_Makefile_in x11/paragui/pkg: DESCR

CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports

2008-08-06 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT:/cvs Module name:ports Changes by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2008/08/05 21:11:38 Modified files: net/dnsmasq: Makefile distinfo net/dnsmasq/patches: patch-man_dnsmasq_8 patch-src_config_h patch-src_dnsmasq_h

CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports

2008-08-25 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT:/cvs Module name:ports Changes by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2008/08/25 11:20:49 Modified files: infrastructure/plist: amd64 arm i386 powerpc sh sparc sparc64 vax Log message: 4.4 pkgs

CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports

2008-10-16 Thread Peter Valchev
CVSROOT:/cvs Module name:ports Changes by: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2008/10/16 17:35:50 Modified files: infrastructure/package: gen-package-pages Log message: bring up to speed for 4.4

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