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non port: print/acroread/pkg-deinstall

Number of commits found: 3

Sat, 19 Mar 2005
[ 21:16 joerg search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
Revert the acroread port to version 5.10.  There's too much heated
discussion about it (some of which reminds me to a certain color of
bikesheds), so I'm going to commit version 7.0.0 into a port of its
Fri, 18 Mar 2005
[ 11:35 joerg search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
Install a symlink for ${LOCALBASE}/bin/acroread, too (in adddition to
acroread7).  This resolves the biggest complaint about the new
acroread port.  In case an acroread5 port will appear, it then needs
to either be marked as CONFLICT with acroread7, or it should not
install the same symlink, too.  This should fix all other ports that
depend on the name "acroread" for the executable.

Depend the port on linux-XFree86-libs, as the most recent versions of
linux_base do no longer contain the X11 libraries.  For older versions
of linux_base, this might cause a conflict, but I believe these older
versions are incompatible with the linux-gtk2 prerequisite anyway.

Disable the PPKLite plug-in as we do not want another dependency (on
linux-openldap-libraries where we don't even have a port for).  This
is done by chmod 0'ing the plug-in, so anyone interested in it can
easily get it alive again.  That way, the annoying popup message at
startup is avoided.

Not resolved: I'd rather leave it to the maintainer to decide whether
and how the installation should go to ${LOCALBASE} instead of
${LINUXBASE}.  Technically, I see the description for LINUXBASE in
${PORTSDIR}/Mk/ fit here, so this is not strictly a
violation of policy.
Wed, 16 Mar 2005
[ 15:35 joerg search for other commits by this committer ] Original commit 
Upgrade the acroread port to Acroread version 7.

Submitted by:   trevor (maintainer)

Number of commits found: 3