Subject: Re: editors/xemacs and editors/xemacs-packages look kinda hosed.
To: Mario Kemper <email@example.com>
From: =?iso-8859-2?Q?Micha=B3?= Pasternak <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/16/2002 19:51:35
Mario Kemper [Tue, Apr 16, 2002 at 09:39:44PM +0200]:
> A PR is always a good thing as i tend to forget such kind of things from
> time to time. The problem is, that i use xpgwedge which installs everything
> into /usr/pkg/. It seems that the different xemacs packages are out of sync
> regarding the installation dir. I'll take a look into this.
> The second thing, xemacs-packages is absolutely needed for the internal
> package system to work. This should be handled in pkgsrc, too, which is also
> on my todo list.
Just BTW I encourage you to view my emacs-21.2 pkgsrc available at
http://netbsd.w.lub.pl/emacs-21.tgz (BTW I will name it editors/emacs-dev, I
just discovered, that putting version number in pkgsrc is _not_ a good thing :)
Anyone would like to test it's IPv6 capabilities? I noticed some commiters
insist on that, I suppose that emacs has it, I neither have possibilities to
test IPv6 nor to port it to emacs-dev, just because I don't use it.
And just one more thing: is tech-pkg a good place to discuss such things? I
thought it's a list about things related to pkgsrc system, not to specific
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