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[pkgsrc/trunk]: pkgsrc/pkgtools/pkglint pkgtools/pkglint: remove TODO file

branches:  trunk
changeset: 312527:6ada64a1dd09
user:      rillig <>
date:      Wed Sep 05 17:01:03 2018 +0000

pkgtools/pkglint: remove TODO file

In the next version, pkglint will report an error if a package has a
README or a TODO file. The content of the current TODO file is still
available at


 pkgtools/pkglint/TODO |  28 ----------------------------
 1 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 28 deletions(-)

diffs (32 lines):

diff -r b81f25e2363b -r 6ada64a1dd09 pkgtools/pkglint/TODO
--- a/pkgtools/pkglint/TODO     Wed Sep 05 15:41:12 2018 +0000
+++ /dev/null   Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
@@ -1,28 +0,0 @@
-$NetBSD: TODO,v 1.84 2016/01/31 17:18:54 rillig Exp $
-Please add your own entries at the bottom of this file. If possible,
-include the name of an example package where a warning should occur.
-* warn about the use of ${WRKDIR:=...}, as this construct should only
-  be used with lists.
-* Of the user-defined variables, some may be used at load-time and some
-  don't. Find out how pkglint can distinguish them.
-* Make sure that no variable is modified at load-time after it has been
-  used once. This should at least flag BUILD_DEFS in
-* ${MACHINE_ARCH}-${LOWER_OPSYS}elf in PLISTs etc. is a NetBSD config.guess
-  problem ==> use of ${APPEND_ELF}
-* Packages including lang/python/ must follow the Python version
-  scheme. Enforcing PYPKGPREFIX for those is most likely a good idea.
-* Check for parallel files/dirs whose names differ only in case.
-* If a dependency depends on an option (in, it should also
-  depend on the same option in the file.
-* Complain about ${PKGSRC_COMPILER} == "sunpro", which should be
-  !empty(PKGSRC_COMPILER:Msunpro).
-* don't complain about "procedure calls", like for pkg-build-options in
-  the various files.
-* if package A conflicts with B, then B should also conflict with A.
-* When pkglint runs on a case-insensitive filesystem, it should still
-  point out problems that only occur on case-sensitive filesystems. For
-  example, devel/p5-Net-LDAP and devel/p5-Net-ldap should be considered
-  different paths.
-* Warn about using REPLACE_PYTHON without including

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