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non port: japanese/dbskkd-cdb/files/patch-Makefile

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Tue, 10 Feb 2009
[ 17:04 matusita search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
Update to version 2.00 (yes, major _release_ version).

As you know, 1.71dev does chroot(2) to the directory that dictionary
is located, and this makes the server configuration a little bit confused.
1.71dev also uses stderr as debugging information output, so that it may
affect some clients if dbskkd-cdb is kicked from inetd(8).

But these annoyed days are over.  2.00 behavior is backed to the one
as of 1.01; no chroot(2), no debug output to stderr (yeah!).

From this version, dbskkd-cdb uses tinycdb instead of original cdb.
For Makefile simplicity, this ports BUILD_DEPENDS to tinycdb.  Thanks
to higher compatibility between tinycdb and cdb, you don't need to
rebuild CDB dictionary file; ports/japanese/skk-jisyo-cdb is not changed.

I've removed two patches, the one is just unneeded for now, and the another
one is for ports understandability (patch-aa is not a good idea; I can keep
this, but this is the second major version release -- it is a good time
to rename the patch file.)

Thank you to Kenji Rikitake, the dbskkd-cdb author, to let me to know
the 2.00 release in advance, and give some time to update this ports.

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