Subject: Re: CVS commit: pkgsrc/lang/smlnj
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Vesa Norrman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/06/2004 22:44:50
Christopher Richards wrote:
> Greetings from the lang/smlnj maintainer.
> On 9 Apr 2004 23:19:37 GMT, Soren Jacobsen wrote:
>> pkgsrc/lang/smlnj: Makefile PLIST distinfo
>> pkgsrc/lang/smlnj/patches: patch-aa patch-al
>>Update to smlnj-110.45.
> Please revert this package back to version 110.42. I ask because
> * the PR for this change, PR pkg/24586, was submitted over my
> objection. I objected because
> * the change breaks lang/twelf, and most other SML-based projects
> I know of; and
> * the change duplicates the work of Vesa Norrman's smlnj-current
> package in pkgsrc-wip.
> In summary: Please revert smlnj to 110.42; and please talk to Vesa
> Norrman <email@example.com> about integrating this change with
> smlnj-current, and (if necessary) importing smlnj-current into
> pkgsrc proper.
It would be nice if wip/smlnj-current is imported. I think any one
writing new programs should use that version and not the old one.
(Isabelle is now configured to the new version also.)
Wip/smlnj-current is working fine so it could be imported.
However, there's a large set of patches which is in two places.
Do you think the patches controlling CFLAGS variable are necessary?
I think it has no benefit and makes maintenance more difficult.