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Re: FETCH_USING= wget
On Thu, Aug 06, 2009 at 03:23:55PM +0200, Dirk H. Schulz wrote:
>> cvs up -dP in pkgsrc/ itself will update the tree to the head of the
>> currently active branch.
>> cvs up -A -dP will update to -current.
> Okay, I have used the first to update pkgsrc. But now
> pkgsrc/mk/fetch/fetch.mk is still 1.37:
> # $NetBSD: fetch.mk,v 1.37 2008/10/08 15:39:07 joerg Exp $
It means you are using the pkgsrc-2008Q4 branch. That one is outdated
and unsupported, e.g. you won't get security fixes.
> And the behaviour is still the same. Does it mean I have to accelerate
> to -current to make pkgsrc use wget?
The documentation you are reading is applies to pkgsrc-2009Q2 and
-current. You should strongly consider switching to a supported branch.
> Or is there any other way to make pkgsrc use port 80? I do not want to
> open up ftp ports additionally.
For the old branch, FETCH_CMD=wget should be working, not sure where
your problems come from. See above about being unsupported *g*
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