|Notes from UPDATING
These upgrade notes are taken from /usr/ports/UPDATING|
Ports using Python via USES=python are now flavored. All the py3-* ports
have been removed and folded into their py-* master ports.
People using Poudriere 3.2+ and binary packages do not have to do anything.
For other people, to build the Python 3.6 version of, for example,
databases/py-gdbm, you need to run:
# make FLAVOR=py36 install
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|26 Feb 2018 19:18:46
- Fix shebangs
Approved by: portmgr blanket
|03 Dec 2017 08:25:32
- Add explicit FLAVOR to a few dependencies
- Remove FLAVOR from py-docutils dependency in comms/uhd, in this case
it needs the rst2html command, not the docutils module
- Mark some ports as not compatible with python3
|30 Nov 2017 15:50:34
Convert Python ports to FLAVORS.
Ports using USE_PYTHON=distutils are now flavored. They will
automatically get flavors (py27, py34, py35, py36) depending on what
versions they support.
There is also a USE_PYTHON=flavors for ports that do not use distutils
but need FLAVORS to be set. A USE_PYTHON=noflavors can be set if
using distutils but flavors are not wanted.
A new USE_PYTHON=optsuffix that will add PYTHON_PKGNAMESUFFIX has been
added to cope with Python ports that did not have the Python
PKGNAMEPREFIX but are flavored.
USES=python now also exports a PY_FLAVOR variable that contains the(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
|24 Dec 2016 14:39:51
www/py-kallithea: update sqlalchemy dependency from 0.7 (expired) to 1.0
Submitted by: myself
Approved by: maintainer (email@example.com)
|12 Dec 2016 20:58:11
www/py-kallithea: fix RC script
While here, add NO_ARCH
Submitted by: maintainer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|20 Jul 2016 23:14:26
www/py-kallithea: add new port
Submitted by: Ilia Skalozubov <email@example.com>
Kallithea is a fast and powerful management tool for Mercurial and Git with a
built-in push/pull server, full text search and code-review. It works on
http/https and has a built in permission/authentication system with the ability
to authenticate via LDAP or ActiveDirectory. Kallithea also provides simple API
so it's easy to integrate with existing external systems.
Kallithea is similar in some respects to GitHub or Bitbucket, however Kallithea
can be run as standalone hosted application on your own server. It is
open-source donationware and focuses more on providing a customised,
self-administered interface for Mercurial and Git repositories. Kallithea works
on Unix-like systems and Windows, and is powered by the vcs library created by
Lukasz Balcerzak and Marcin Kuzminski to uniformly handle multiple version
Kallithea was forked from RhodeCode in July 2014 and has been heavily modified.
Number of commits found: 6
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