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Mon, 2 Jan 2006
[ 21:29:30 edwin ] Original commit 
L-Breeder biology  Deleted Deprecated Expired files touched by this commit Allows you to display and breed L-system forms
possible fix to unbreak biology/L-Breeder

        L-Breeder is currently marked unfetchable:

        So I tried to investigate the problem and I'm now submitting
        my homework so it doesn't get lost.

        This is what I noticed:

        i) L-Breeder upstream sources have "stagnated for some time,
        but now a new simplified version is available" (sic, from
        the web site)

        So, the fetch issue is resolved. And the pkg-descr is also
        updated to reflect the new home page. However:

        ii) L-Breeder is now called LBreeder. I have changed PORTNAME
        to reflect this, although I don't know if this is the right
        thing to do. Should the port be moved to biology/LBreeder?
        Or perhaps just leaving PORTNAME pointing to the old name
        and then work inside the Makefile to point the build/install
        to the correct name?

        iii) the sources have been reorganized so I have to update
        the port's Makefile to reflect this. The attached patch
        works for me under FreeBSD-4.11 (although it's possible
        that I may have missed a dependency if I already have a
        required library installed in my box. Sorry, I don't have
        a tinderbox-like setup to test builds)

        iv) the program does not have a version number, nor did I
        find one by looking inside the sources. To avoid changing
        too much the port I just left PORTVERSION at 1.0 and bumped
        PORTREVISION to 6

        Finally, do note that I am not a user of LBreeder, so I
        cannot test the program myself. I just noticed that by
        calling the executable I get a black X screen, that I can
        quit by pressing 'q' as documented in Readme.txt, but I
        can't tell myself if this is the expected behaviour. Nor
        do I know how to use the example files. Caveat emptor.

PR:             ports/90073
Submitted by:   Fernan Aguero <>
Approved by:    maintainer timeout

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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