[Box Backup] Announcing 0.11 Release Candidate 1
Mon, 28 Jan 2008 18:58:48 -0500
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On Jan 28, 2008, at 5:56 PM, James O'Gorman wrote:
>> infrastructure/makedistribution.pl doesn't grab the perl path from
>> Despite what ./configure says, paths like /etc/box and /var/
>> bbackupd are
>> still hard-coded into headers and such (sometimes only in comments/
>> info, but still confusing).
> I'm not sure how similar MacPorts are to FreeBSD ports, but if they
> closely-related, you may wish to look at my FreeBSD port as I "fix"
> of these locally in the port (specifically PREFIX-related issues
> such as
> The current working version is in our svn tree here:
Aha, cool. The original MacPorts portfile was pretty much a straight
port of FreeBSD's I believe, so I'll try to keep them synched up. The
biggest difference between MacPorts and fbsd is that, like open,
destrooting is mandatory as we don't use port-provided plists...
Looking over the freebsd port reminds me of another question I had:
what is BDB used for and should I put a knob for it in to the
portfile? The wiki doesn't list it as a required package and my quick
search couldn't turn up what it was used for.
I also added a test target to the Portfile just now...
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