[crux-contrib] becoming contrib-uter
tbier at posteo.de
Tue Mar 16 23:08:01 UTC 2021
first off: I am in favor of more willing and capable hands for contrib
so thanks for your application, you have my vote.
Things I noticed over a short look over your proposed ports:
- avr-binutils . It links bugurl to archlinux. It would be nice not
to do that in contrib ;-)
- bareos-filedaemon: mainly two things.
- source for the ball should be changed to the following:
even if unlikely with some schemes, but in case the user uses a
specified directory to download distfiles this might prevent
troubles with files that have the same name
- surely cmake syntax is up to personal preference, but recently
most ports at least changed towards using the following options:
-D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release \
-D CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_RELEASE="$CXXFLAGS" \
This allows the package to be built with the flags defined in
/etc/pkgmk.conf. Not sure if this is a convention or not, but
might be worth noting. There is roughly the same thing for meson
- it's set to a "rather old" release, is there a specific reason for
- can't currently say anything else, but the footprint looks like
it does the job
Others look okay to me.
Off topic: wow, lazarus :) that's been some time ago for me. pretty
cool to see it's still supported!
 http://www.nongnu.org/avrdude/ and http://sprunge.us/dwrhw3
On Tue, 16 Mar 2021 14:22:58 +0100 (CET)
Erich Eckner <crux at eckner.net> wrote:
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> I'd like to contribute some ports to contrib and possibly also
> maintain some more packages in the future to take some load off other
> I'm using crux for quite some time (probably around 10 years) and
> have a collection of more or less useful ports for almost 3 years,
> You can find them at: https://crux.eckner.net
> Of these, I'd like to provide the following for contrib (I'm using
> those regularly myself):
> sl (ok, I'm not *using* this one regularly, but it works well :-D)
> I'm also using the following packages occasionally and would be
> willing to provide them for contrib (if "using once every two months"
> is sufficient for good quality):
> btw: I have not yet skimmed through my ports for dependent libraries.
> These might be missing from the above lists.
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