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Re: No CVS information for pkgsrc-wip?
On Tue, Nov 24, 2015 at 06:12:07AM +0000, John Klos wrote:
> The last time I looked pkgsrc git requires:
> p5-Error>=0.17015 perl>=5.22.0 perl<5.24.0 p5-Email-Valid>=0.190
> p5-MailTools-[0-9]* p5-TimeDate-[0-9]* p5-Net-DNS-[0-9]*
> p5-Digest-HMAC>=1.0 p5-Net-IP>=1.20 p5-IO-Socket-INET6>=2.01
> p5-Socket6>=0.12 p5-Socket6-[0-9]* p5-Net-Domain-TLD-[0-9]*
> p5-IO-CaptureOutput-[0-9]* p5-MailTools>=2.11 p5-Net-SMTP-SSL>=1.01
> p5-IO-Socket-SSL-[0-9]* p5-IO-Socket-INET6-[0-9]* p5-Net-LibIDN-[0-9]*
> libidn>=0.4.6 libidn>=1.20nb1 p5-Net-SSLeay>=1.59 p5-Mozilla-CA-[0-9]*
> p5-Authen-SASL>=1.0 p5-Digest-HMAC-[0-9]* p5-GSSAPI-[0-9]* curl>=7.12.3
> Now it seems that there isn't any information about getting pkgsrc-wip via
> CVS. Do we really have to install all the junk above just to fetch
> pkgsrc-wip? This certainly makes it unusable for beginners.
git is unusable for beginners; there's little added burden. :(
(or something like that)
> If CVS is no longer available, is anyone planning to host a CVS copy of the
> git tree?
That's awfully painful, unfortunately.
Unfortunately it appears that the code to use Mercurial as a frontend
for a git repo doesn't really work...
David A. Holland
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