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Re: CVS commit: pkgsrc/comms/asterisk18
On Dec 7, 4:26am, John Marino wrote:
} On 7/17/2012 09:21, Thomas Klausner wrote:
} > On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 08:42:03AM +0200, John Marino wrote:
} >> Since you seem to be tweaked about this, what's the difference
} >> between "OWNER=" and "MAINTAINER="? I've never even seen the former
} >> before.
} > Please read the pkgsrc guide.
} > In this case, OWNER is documented in section 11.1.
} OK, fine.
} OWNER= means don't commit changes, but contact the maintainer directly
} with your issues / patches.
} So reverting the commit is punishment?
} Because documented in PLIST or not, that file is getting installed on
} DragonFly. When it's understood "why chan_mgcp is built only in some
} situations", then an alternative solution can be added. I don't
} understand why one would remove a working solution without something
} ready to replace it.
It's not a working solution. As you've been told before, when you
see an issue on Dragonfly, it quite likely exists elsewhere as well.
Making OS specific hacks is most likely wrong. Most likely there
should be some kind of feature test. And, yes, removing unapproved
gross hacks is appropriate.
}-- End of excerpt from John Marino
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