It's easier than you think.
If you can build a website, you can build a desktop app. Electron is a
framework for creating native applications with web technologies like
focus on the core of your application.
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===> The following configuration options are available for electron7-7.3.3:
CUPS=on: CUPS printing system support
DEBUG=off: Build with debugging support
DIST=off: Build distribution zip files
DRIVER=on: Install chromedriver
KERBEROS=on: Kerberos support
====> Options available for the group AUDIO
ALSA=on: ALSA audio architecture support
PULSEAUDIO=off: PulseAudio sound server support
===> Use 'make config' to modify these settings
Remove most expired ports that depend on Python 2.7:
- mail/mailman, our listservers still use it
- www/chromium, solely because of popular demand,
upstream is (slowly) working on porting it to Python 3
- ports that have actual patches for Python 3 against
them (Cinnamon and a few unrelated other ports)
- llvm70 and qt5-webengine because they seem to have a lot
of dependencies which need further analysis
- sysutils/uefi-edk2-bhyve because bhyve seems to use them
- python2 and python27 themselves
I'm sure there will be complaints, but the nice thing about
a version control system is that we can revert and adjust things.
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editors/vscode: Resolve dependency confliction on node10 and 12
vscode has direct build dependency on npm-node10. And also has build dependency
on devel/electron7. devel/electron7 depends on npm-node12. As a result,
editors/vscode has dependency on both npm-node10 and npm-node12 however they
conflicts each other. This confliction of dependency prevent this port building.
Submitted by: meta (myself)
Approved by: maintainer timeout