[macports-ports] 01/06: pgcli: updates.

Aljaž Srebrnič g5pw at macports.org
Thu Jan 19 14:39:20 UTC 2017

> On 17 gen 2017, at 19:09, Joshua Root <jmr at macports.org> wrote:
> I guess you're aware that this doesn't actually do anything, and the variants only exist to encourage the user to specify one when installing?

Yep, that was the intention.

> The downsides:
> * The situation where the user doesn't specify a variant is contradictory. pgcli will be installed with +postgresql96 but py-psycopg2 will be installed with +postgresql95. Similarly when the user already has py-psycopg2 installed, the variant they specify when installing pgcli will have no actual effect.
> * Binary distribution now doesn't happen if the user asks for anything but +postgresql96, even though the installed files are identical.

Hmm, those are actually very good points. I think we should remove the variants from pgcli altogether. What do you think, Ivan?

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