How can I determine if a function is available?

Ryan Schmidt ryandesign at
Sun Apr 15 17:47:54 PDT 2007

On Apr 12, 2007, at 21:37, Boey Maun Suang wrote:

> Aside from the fact that the radassist port has a really badly  
> generated patchfile ("diff -ur ../radassist-0.9.6rc3.orig/10.3- 
> desktop-negative.T ./10.3-desktop-negative.T" -- sorry to whoever  
> wrote it, but yuck!), it's easy to fix; I just used grep and sed to  
> pull out the names of the files that get patched and fed those as  
> arguments to the reinplace command:
> <snip>
> patchfiles      patch-darwinports
> post-patch {
>     reinplace "s|@PREFIX@|${prefix}|g" \
>         10.2-desktop-negative.T \
> <...etc... />
> }
> </snip>
> Perhaps whoever wrote it wasn't aware of patchfiles at the time (it  
> seems like it was available, given the post-patch usage), but it  
> really wasn't that painful.  I can submit a ticket to get it fixed,  
> if you like, but it would probably be worth updating the port to  
> the current version while we're at it, as it's 18 months out of date.

0.9.6rc3 is the most recent version of radassist I can find [1].  
Maybe radassist is the same thing as Radmind Assistant? A 1.0 version  
of that exists, but only in binary disk image form.


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