|non port: irc/bopm/Makefile
Number of commits found: 24
Wednesday, 7 Sep 2022
Add WWW entries to port Makefiles
It has been common practice to have one or more URLs at the end of the
ports' pkg-descr files, one per line and prefixed with "WWW:". These
URLs should point at a project website or other relevant resources.
Access to these URLs required processing of the pkg-descr files, and
they have often become stale over time. If more than one such URL was
present in a pkg-descr file, only the first one was tarnsfered into
the port INDEX, but for many ports only the last line did contain the
port specific URL to further information.
There have been several proposals to make a project URL available as
a macro in the ports' Makefiles, over time.
This commit implements such a proposal and moves one of the WWW: entries
of each pkg-descr file into the respective port's Makefile. A heuristic
attempts to identify the most relevant URL in case there is more than
one WWW: entry in some pkg-descr file. URLs that are not moved into the
Makefile are prefixed with "See also:" instead of "WWW:" in the pkg-descr
files in order to preserve them.
There are 1256 ports that had no WWW: entries in pkg-descr files. These
ports will not be touched in this commit.
The portlint port has been adjusted to expect a WWW entry in each port
Makefile, and to flag any remaining "WWW:" lines in pkg-descr files as
Approved by: portmgr (tcberner)
Wednesday, 20 Jul 2022
irc: remove 'Created by' lines
A big Thank You to the original contributors of these ports:
* A. Gabriel <backslash@BSDCode.org>
* Aaron Dalton <aaron@FreeBSD.org>
* Alexey Mikhailov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Alfred Perlstein <alfred@FreeBSD.org>
* Andrew Pantyukhin <infofarmer@FreeBSD.org>
* Antonio Carlos Venancio Junior (<email@example.com>)
* Ben Hutchinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Bill Fumerola <email@example.com>
* Chess Griffin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Chris Piazza <cpiazza@FreeBSD.org>
* Craig Edwards <email@example.com>
* David Bushong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* David Taylor <email@example.com>
* Dennis Herrmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Dominic Marks <email@example.com>
* Edini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Eugeny Kuzakov <CoreDumped@CoreDumped.null.ru>
* Evgueni V. Gavrilov <email@example.com>
* George Reid <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Gerrit Beine <email@example.com>
* Gustau Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Hye-Shik Chang
* Jase Thew <email@example.com>
* Jens Holmqvist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Jimbo Bahooli <email@example.com>
* Jonas Kvinge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Josh Paetzel <email@example.com>
* Julien Laffaye <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* KIMURA Yasuhiro <email@example.com>
* Kirill Ponomarew <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Kubilay Kocak <koobs@FreeBSD.org>
* Makoto Matsushita <matusita@FreeBSD.org>
* Martin Wilke <miwi@FreeBSD.org
* Martin Wilke <miwi@FreeBSD.org>
* Masahiro Teramoto <email@example.com>
* Matthew West <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Maxim Ignatenko
* Michael Ranner
* Oliver Eikemeier
* Philippe Audeoud <email@example.com>
* Romain Tartiere <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Rusmir Dusko <nemysis@FreeBSD.org>
* Sergey Skvortsov <email@example.com>
* Shaun Amott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Steve Wills <swills@FreeBSD.org>
* TAKATSU Tomonari <tota@FreeBSD.org>
* TERAMOTO Masahiro <email@example.com>
* Tim Bishop <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Timothy Redaelli <email@example.com>
* Travis Poppe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Ulrich Spoerlein <email@example.com>
* Vsevolod Stakhov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Walter Venable <email@example.com>
* Walter Venable <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Wen Heping <email@example.com>
* Will Andrews <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* milki <email@example.com>
With hat: portmgr
Tuesday, 6 Apr 2021
Remove # $FreeBSD$ from Makefiles.
Friday, 2 Dec 2016
Do not use post-stage. Use post-install instead.
The only reason to use post-stage is because the port needs to do
"things" at a later time, like some plist manipulation.
While there, fold post-install in do-install targets when they are
Submitted by: mat
Exp-run by: antoine
Sponsored by: Absolight
Saturday, 22 Nov 2014
Create a subdirectory of /var/run that is writeable by the bopm user and
put the pidfile there.
Tested by: Michael D <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wednesday, 22 Oct 2014
irc/bopm is not safe for parallel building
Monday, 8 Sep 2014
- Convert to USES=libtool and add INSTALL_TARGET=install-strip
- Store pid file under /var/run instead of /var/log
- Add patch to fix DESTDIR problems
- Use @sample
- Replace pkg-deinstall and @exec with @dirrmtry
Monday, 4 Aug 2014
Add staging support
Friday, 20 Sep 2013
Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
Saturday, 28 Jul 2012
Fix typos in COMMENT
Approved by: portmgr@ (implicit)
Wednesday, 8 Jun 2011
- switch to USERS/GROUPS macro
- bump portrevision
Saturday, 4 Dec 2010
Sync to new bsd.autotools.mk
Sunday, 2 Aug 2009
-Repocopy devel/libtool15 -> libtool22 and libltdl15 -> libltdl22.
-Update libtool and libltdl to 2.2.6a.
-Remove devel/libtool15 and devel/libltdl15.
-Fix ports build with libtool22/libltdl22.
-Bump ports that depend on libltdl22 due to shared library version change.
-Explain what to do update in the UPDATING.
It has been tested with GNOME2, XFCE4, KDE3, KDE4 and other many wm/desktop
and applications in the runtime.
With help: marcus and kwm
Pointyhat-exp: a few times by pav
Tested by: pgollucci, "Romain TartiÃ¨re" <email@example.com>, and
a few MarcusCom CVS users. Also, I might have missed a few.
Repocopy by: marcus
Approved by: portmgr
Thursday, 21 Aug 2008
Update CONFIGURE_ARGS for how we pass CONFIGURE_TARGET to configure script.
Specifically, newer autoconf (> 2.13) has different semantic of the
configure target. In short, one should use --build=CONFIGURE_TARGET
instead of CONFIGURE_TARGET directly. Otherwise, you will get a warning
and the old semantic may be removed in later autoconf releases.
To workaround this issue, many ports hack the CONFIGURE_TARGET variable
so that it contains the ``--build='' prefix.
To solve this issue, under the fact that some ports still have
configure script generated by the old autoconf, we use runtime detection
in the do-configure target so that the proper argument can be used.
Changes to Mk/*:
- Add runtime detection magic in bsd.port.mk
- Remove CONFIGURE_TARGET hack in various bsd.*.mk
- USE_GNOME=gnometarget is now an no-op
Changes to individual ports, other than removing the CONFIGURE_TARGET hack:
= pkg-plist changed (due to the ugly CONFIGURE_TARGET prefix in * executables)
= use x86_64 as ARCH
= other changes
GNU_CONFIGURE -> HAS_CONFIGURE since it's not generated by autoconf
Total # of ports modified: 1,027
Total # of ports affected: ~7,000 (set GNU_CONFIGURE to yes)
PR: 126524 (obsoletes 52917)
Submitted by: rafan
Tested on: two pointyhat 7-amd64 exp runs (by pav)
Approved by: portmgr (pav)
Wednesday, 30 Jan 2008
- Update to 3.1.3
- Fixes gcc-4.2 build errors
Submitted by: Philippe Audeoud <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thursday, 24 Jan 2008
Reset maintainer: email@example.com bounces.
Friday, 25 May 2007
BROKEN with gcc 4.2
Tuesday, 27 Mar 2007
- Fix after objformat removal
Reported by: pointyhat
Tuesday, 31 Oct 2006
- Update to rc_subr startup script
- Clean up REINPLACE_CMD usage
- Use SUB_FILES
- Deal with bopm.conf properly
- Now uses /var/log/bopm for pid and logs, and more
Submitted by: Jeremy Chadwick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Approved by: maintainer timeout (1 month)
Tuesday, 15 Aug 2006
- these include irc/ japanese/ java/ lang/ mail/ math/ maintained by ports@
Submitted by: Gea-Suan Lin <gslin_AT_gslin dot org>
Monday, 8 May 2006
remove USE_REINPLACE for all categories starting with I
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2005
At Kris's request, back out the MACHINE_ARCH spelling correction until
Monday, 11 Apr 2005
Assist getting more ports working on AMD64 by obeying the
Ports Collection documentation and use 'ARCH' rather than 'MACHINE_ARCH'.
Friday, 6 Aug 2004
Add bopm 3.1.2,
bopm is an open-source open proxy monitor, designed for use
with hybrid-based ircds, although it can be used with slight
modification on any server which has +c to show connects to
opers and that supports KLINEs in order to K-LINE incoming
connects from open proxies.
Submitted by: Evgueni V. Gavrilov <email@example.com>
Number of commits found: 24