"Thomas Mueller" <mueller6724%bellsouth.net@localhost> writes: > from my previous message: > > > I asked some time ago about the possibility of building experimental > versions of packages, such as Seamonkey 2.1 alpha or beta, and > installing to a nonstandard location such as /usr/local2 or > /usr/testing. Then I could run such a package by spawning a subshell > with /usr/local2/bin and /usr/local2/sbin at the start of the PATH, > > "Greg Troxel" <gdt%ir.bbn.com@localhost> responded: > > > Check out the guile14 package for an example of not exactly what you > want. > > I looked in the pkgsrc under All, since you didn't give a category, > and found several packages with names beginning with "guile", but > couldn't figure which one, if any, you were referring to. Sorry, I meant pkgsrc/lang/guile16. I thought we had 1.4 packaged still.
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