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Re: ispell and it's subpackages
- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: ispell and it's subpackages
- From: fransoa holop <fred_(_at_)_francis_(_dot_)_unitra_(_dot_)_sk>
- Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 09:46:26 +0100
- Mail-followup-to: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
> > i don't understand why do i have to have all the dictionaries
> > when i want to make only swedish, for example.
> Because that's the way MULTI_PACKAGES work. You build everything,
> then package it up into separate parts that can be installed
*sigh* frankly i find this quite un-openbsd-ish...
yes, probably better for the package makers, but what
about the people who build stuff from the ports tree?
why do i have to download almost 2 more MBs and wait
an hour while the other dictionaries are generated on
my old p133? this is not something i have seen before
> > would it be a problem to seperate the dictionaries from ispell itself?
> > textproc/ispell
> > textproc/ispell-french
> > textproc/ispell-swedish, etc...
> This is likely to make maintenance more cumbersome.
if someone else tried to bring this up as an issue maybe
i would be inclined to believe, but naddy? you make such
wonders in the ports tree, that seperating the dictionaries
from ispell is nothing for you but a matter of 5 minutes.
ok. been here for a while, i know the rules.
i'll send you a patch shortly (when the other dicts are
generated and i finally get to the slovak...)
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