|non port: lang/ruby16/Makefile
Number of commits found: 12
Tue, 13 Feb 2007
[ 09:11 stas ] |
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- Remove expired ruby 1.6 ports.
- Remove expired ruby18_static port that depends on ruby16
Tue, 2 Jan 2007
[ 19:19 stas ] |
- Deprecate old and unmaintained ruby ports. It seems, that nobody uses it.
Tue, 15 Aug 2006
[ 00:29 clsung ] |
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- these include irc/ japanese/ java/ lang/ mail/ math/ maintained by ports@
Submitted by: Gea-Suan Lin <gslin_AT_gslin dot org>
Sun, 26 Feb 2006
[ 02:28 ade ] |
Purge the last vestiges of the (really) old autotools world order.
Since all these items were commented out, this is a null-op commit.
Approved by: portmgr (implicit)
Sun, 15 Jan 2006
[ 08:37 pav ] |
- No latest link, to prevent clash with lang/ruby18
Reported by: kris
Fri, 11 Nov 2005
[ 01:18 linimon ] |
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With portmgr hat on, reset maintainership of knu's ports since he has
been inactive more than 6 months. We hope to see him back sometime.
Wed, 9 Nov 2005
[ 08:54 sem ] |
- Change LOCALBASE with _RUBY_BASE
- Set _RUBY_BASE=PREFIX if defined _RUBY_PORT_TEST
_RUBY_BASE=LOCALBASE otherwise for easy ports testing.
- Update to 1.8.3
Grant maintainership to submitter.
While I'm here:
- Add _RUBY_PORT_TEST=yes to lang/ruby16 port too.
(lang/ruby1 must set it for right install).
Submitted by: Alexander Novitsky
Thu, 27 Oct 2005
[ 19:40 sem ] |
- Fix a ruby vulnerabuility in the safe level settings.
Based on: ports/87816
Submitted by: Phil Oleson <email@example.com>
Sat, 5 Feb 2005
[ 04:59 knu ] |
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The slippery pthread support for systems prior to 502102 has been
dropped and the lang/ruby16_r and lang/ruby18_r ports have been
removed, since no one seems to appreciate the partially working
Good news is that the pthread support of lang/ruby18 is now enabled by
default for newer systems, which means the ruby interpreter is linked
with libpthread. This will allow threaded extension libraries to run
and work properly on those systems.
The --march=cputype flag is disabled because it gets ruby to
malfunction and fail to build. I don't know if the problem is in
libpthread or in gcc.
(It really makes me wonder if they had actually tested before asking
me to do this somewhat risky change ;-)
Thu, 25 Nov 2004
[ 15:25 simon ] |
Fix DoS in the Ruby CGI module.
Obtained from: ruby CVS
Reviewed by: trhodes
OK'ed by: maintainer silence
With hat: secteam
Tue, 17 Aug 2004
[ 07:10 knu ] |
Update lang/ruby16 to the latest snapshot as of 2004-07-28, fixing
cgi/session's insecure permissions problem.
Thu, 26 Feb 2004
[ 19:20 knu ] |
Change the default version of ruby to 1.8 for i386 as well, finally.
Always put a version suffix to the ruby name (no matter if ruby is the
default version) to avoid mess in future.
[Notes for i386 users]
If you are a ruby developer and still want to stick with ruby 1.6 as
default, please add RUBY_DEFAULT_VER=1.6 to /etc/make.conf.
If you are a ruby developer and want to keep ruby 1.6 as default,
please add RUBY_DEFAULT_VER=1.6 to /etc/make.conf. Otherwise, please
run the following series of commands to migrate to ruby 1.8:
1) Reinstall portupgrade manually (and ruby 1.8 will be installed)(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
Number of commits found: 12