Sir l33tname asked: @DLangille is it possible to show on freshports when there is no package for a port? — Sir l33tname (@l33tname) December 29, 2015 That’s a good question. It took some more questions on IRC for me to figure it out. Here is what I know. The port in question is net-p2p/btsync and […]
Today, I sat down with lattera & Shirkdog and converted the website repository from subversion to git. That repo is sitting there, ready to go. That process took about an hour. We ran this command: Yeah, I didn’t want to include all that that code in the repo. Various reasons, but mostly because they are
A great feature of FreshPorts is the ability to see all the ports which are dependent upon a given port. For example, it allows you to see what ports depend upon security/polarssl. This list is stored in a the port_dependencies table, which looks like this: This information is gathered when a port is updated. The
FreshPorts is a tender beast. It is both massive and sensitive. One example of that sensitivity came to light today. Jeffrey Bouquet wrote in to tell me of a problem with paths on FreshSource (our sister website, which displays more, but less). The problem has been corrected, but I took screen shots to illustrate this
I noticed a few days ago: http://dev.freshports.org/ is out of date with respect to vuxml. That’s because the input processing for that website takes place in one jail, and the website (the output) takes places in another jail. There is no way for one to tell the other that something is ready for processing. This
mandree reported a problem with security/openvpn-auth-ldap. Looking in the database: Looking at the database, the webpage is displaying what is there: Let’s looking at that commit in the database: OK, that’s not the commit which changed the BROKEN flag. Let’s look at that commit: The the date_added fields? These commits were processed out of order.
Today I noticed a bug with the recently added Fetch, Patch, and Extract dependencies. The are correctly displayed on the port page, but not on the dependent port page. The problem If you look at sysutils/libchk, you will see lang/ruby20 listed under Extract dependencies. However, at lang/ruby20, there is no mention of Patch, Fetch, or