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Re: net/unison2.32, net/unison2.40 and maybe net/unison2.48: proposal to remove
Right. I actually recently heard of the package and built it on the
spur of the moment, thinking that it might be useful, but haven't
actually made any use of it yet. There is something called
'FreeFileSync' I occasionaly setup for Windows customers (apparently
running on Linux and MacOS as well) , which does similar things; that
was why it caught my attention.
On Mon, 28 Oct 2019 at 20:31, Greg Troxel <gdt%lexort.com@localhost> wrote:
> Chavdar Ivanov <ci4ic4%gmail.com@localhost> writes:
> > I have:
> > ...
> > ❯ pkg_info unison-2.51.2nb14
> > Information for unison-2.51.2nb14:
> > Comment:
> > File-synchronization tool
> > Requires:
> > font-schumacher-misc>=1.0
> > ocaml-lablgtk>=2.18.8nb4
> > gtk2+>=2.24.32nb10
> > ocaml>=4.08.1nb1
> > ....
> > It was built 5 days ago on current pkgsrc; I tested it between two
> > NetBSD systems at the time, it seemed to work.
> > It was built with lablgtk option and the interface seemed to work.
> So that's the current version of unison, with the current version of
> ocaml, and it interoperates with itself on NetBSD. That sounds good,
> but it sounds like if the older ones were removed, you would not notice,
> let alone have any difficulty.
> Just to be clear, unison2.51 is staying in pkgsrc. I am only talking
> about possibly removing older ones.
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