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Re: Updating pkg-patchfiles
you can open a problem report (pr) and write a change request for your patch in
Therefore you can choose betwin web-based "send-pr" on
or use the "send-pr" program shipped with base installation of NetBSD. You can
have a look to "man send-pr" on your system or
I think you will find some interesting informations about how to work with
patches in the pkgsrc-Guide:
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> Datum: Tue, 10 Aug 2010 11:00:57 +0200
> Von: Damian Lubosch <dl%xiqit.de@localhost>
> An: pkgsrc-users%netbsd.org@localhost
> Betreff: Updating pkg-patchfiles
> Probably this question is obvious and I am in danger of humiliating myself
> by asking it, but I have updated one patch-file from security/openssl and
> would like to commit the changes back to pkgsrc, but I did not find
> anywhere any instruction of how to do that.
> More specific: openssl does not compile so far on DragonFlyBSD in 64 bit,
> so I changed its patch-aa in line 56 from
> amd64-*-*bsd*) OUT="BSD-x86_64" ;;
> amd64-*-*bsd*|*-dragonfly*) OUT="BSD-x86_64" ;;
> Since this is a very simple change, I do not think that it would affect
> any other OSs, but would improve the compatibility with DragonFlyBSD. So I
> would like to have this in pkgsrc.
> In netbsd.se the "maintainer" is _this_ mailinglist.
> Thanks in advance.
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