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Re: Why is www/midori kept on old version 0.4.9?
On 26 November 2014 at 12:41, Thomas Mueller <mueller6724%bellsouth.net@localhost> wrote:
> from Ottavio Caruso:
>> Check one of my previous posts on this list about Midori segfaulting (
>> a bug report should also be there). You might have to load
>> dependencies from wip/.
>> Let us know if and how it worked.
> I could copy www/midori to a new pkgsrc directory, mystuff, since I don't have midori installed on NetBSD, and make changes on my copy while leaving the pkgsrc original untouched.
> That way, I avoid getting in the way of pkgsrc updates.
> But I don't know when I'll get to it with other projects taking priority, relating to FreeBSD, Linux and Haiku.
> I want to rebuild FreeBSD, updating src and ports trees using svn in NetBSD, and see if new versions of re (Ethernet) and rsu (USB wi-fi) work on this system.
Given the dependencies are probably obsolete, you're better off
starting from scratch:
Then if it works, submit it to wip.
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