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New ports code on -stable
- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: New ports code on -stable
- From: Steve Shockley <steve_(_dot_)_shockley_(_at_)_shockley_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Wed, 05 Jan 2005 10:40:22 -0500
I'm working on a port (Courier-META), and once finished I plan on
running it on a 3.6-stable machine. However, my development machine
(which is much faster) is running -current and I'd like to take
advantage of the new features in the packaging tools. I'd also like to
avoid having to write the port twice (once for -current, once for -stable).
Will the new packaging tools work on -stable, or have there been too
Could I install a -stable binary package using the new tools, or would
Could I build a -stable port using the -current tools, or has everything
in infrastructure changed too much?
I'm trying to decide which is less trouble, writing two ports, running
-current package tools on -stable, or chasing the moving target of
-current on a production (home) mail server.
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