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 Re: No package because port is marked as Forbidden/Broken/Ignore
Author: Dan 
Date:   21-08-05 22:14

Thierry Thomas wrote:

> Dan wrote:
> > Yes, I don't know how to get around that. Suggestions?
>
> I guess that your server runs FreeBSD-4.x, and you test the
> result of `make -V BROKEN'.

Yes. Correct.

> You could cheat, and test the results of
> OSVERSION=504102 make -V BROKEN
> OSVERSION=600032 make -V BROKEN

linimon and I have talked about that. I may try that and see what happens. It would be useful, but I have to see how I want to store that information and how best to retrieve it. It would be useful to see what ports are broken under what version.

There isn't a quick fix.

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 Re: No package because port is marked as Forbidden/Broken/Ignore   new
Dan 19-08-05 22:13 
 Re: No package because port is marked as Forbidden/Broken/Ignore   new
Thierry Thomas 21-08-05 21:50 
 Re: No package because port is marked as Forbidden/Broken/Ignore   new
Dan 21-08-05 22:14 


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