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Re: Obsolete gtk3 patch?
> I noticed that x11/gtk3 has a patch (patch-gdk_quartz_gdkquartz-gtk-only.h)
> which adds a file that already exists in the source tar.
> It seems to me that the patch is obsolete and can be deleted, but
> the contents of the file it adds is slightly different from the one
> in the tar. I don't have access to a macOS machine to check whether
> it still builds with the version in the tar.
> Different patch(1) implementations handle this situation differently.
> nbpatch inserts the version of the file from the patch before the
> contents of the file from the tar, effectively replacing the version
> in the tar with the one in the patch (due to include guards). GNU
> patch errors out:
> => Applying pkgsrc patch /mnt/data/cvs/pkgsrc/x11/gtk3/patches/patch-gdk_quartz_gdkquartz-gtk-only.h
> The next patch would create the file gdk/quartz/gdkquartz-gtk-only.h,
> which already exists! Assume -R? [n]
> Apply anyway? [n]
> Skipping patch.
> 1 out of 1 hunk ignored
> Patch /mnt/data/cvs/pkgsrc/x11/gtk3/patches/patch-gdk_quartz_gdkquartz-gtk-only.h failed
> I think we should fix this before 2021Q2 is released. Can someone
> with a macOS machine check whether gtk3 still builds with the patch
> deleted and the quartz option enabled?
Correct. This patch is not needed anymore, or rather wasn't needed as I just got rid of it.
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