Fwd: Developer mode
jrjsmrtn at gmail.com
Sat Nov 30 13:56:15 UTC 2019
> Début du message réexpédié :
> De: Georges Martin <jrjsmrtn at gmail.com>
> Objet: Re : Developer mode
> Date: 30 novembre 2019 à 14:55:11 UTC+1
> À: Rainer Müller <raimue at macports.org>
>> Le 26 nov. 2019 à 16:05, Rainer Müller <raimue at macports.org> a écrit :
>> Sounds very useful to have such a tool. But as always, this can just be written
>> and does not necessarily have to be part of port(1). The same thing happened in
>> Gentoo, many tools were just written independently. I am just mentioning this to
>> encourage contributions for such quality-of-life scripts that do not rely on
>> becoming more familiar with macports-base first.
> OK, in that spirit, I published two of my MacPorts scripts at https://github.com/jrjsmrtn/macports-scripts.
> 1. `mp-check` will perform a livecheck and a search of open Trac tickets for a maintainer’s ports.
> By default, only the maintainer’s ports are searched but additional ones can be given with the « include-ports » option. Subports can also be excluded from livechecks. (An « exclude-ports » option exists but is buggy at this time).
> With the following `~/.macports/mp-check.conf` config file:
> maintainer: jrjsmrtn
> exclude-subports: true
> postgresql11, postgresql11-server,
> postgresql12, postgresql12-server,
> A `mp-check` will return:
> ---> Livecheck
> agensgraph2 seems to be up to date
> cl-quicklisp seems to be up to date
> flash seems to be up to date
> postgresql-jdbc seems to be up to date
> py-zmq seems to be up to date
> wpa_passphrase seems to be up to date
> ---> Tickets
> Port Summary Status Type
> 59518 python38 python38's distutils.sysconfig contains the wr... new defect
> 59772 python38 python38: fails on Leopard: Undefined symbols:... assigned defect
> 43272 py-zmq py33-zmq @14.1.1 +universal and arch -i386 ipy... new defect
> 54845 py-zmq py-zmq: problematic dependencies new defect
> 2. `mp-clean-moved` will remove all `*.mp_*` files from the MacPorts directories. Those are typically created when you have to force activate PyPI Python ports.
> If anybody wants to add those in MacPorts, be my guest :-)
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