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Re: can't build mail/spamassassin
Date: Sun, 28 Mar 2010 16:27:04 +0200
From: Klaus Heinz <k.heinz%maerzehn.kh-22.de@localhost>
| The number comes from the subversion repository.
| I uploaded my own copy of those files to ftp.NetBSD.org
OK, I'll delete the copies I put on munnari (or those same one might
be there 10 years from now...)
| If you refer to the "options" mentioned below in capital letters,
Those were what I meant yes, and now, I have no idea at all what I was
looking at, as spamassassin's pkgsrc Makefile doesn't look anything like
how I remember it (and it clearly hasn't changed...) So, apologies,
whatever I saw made me think that I was supposed to be able to alter those
in mk.conf (or when doing "make" on the command line) - but whatever that
was, it clearly is not there now.
| Those harmless but worrying messages come from ExtUtils::MakeMaker
OK, "harmless" was all I needed to hear...
| Those messages all come from SpamAssassin and suggest modules you might
| be interested in. If they happen to be installed they will be used at
| run-time, either automatically or if you enable them via the appropriate
Ah, OK, if it is run time detection, then no problem, I was just a little
concerned that (like many packages) compile time availability might have
affected how things operate. If that's not the way it works, all is fine.
Thanks for the reply.
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