boost 1.34 (diff submitted)
n.oxyde at gmail.com
Sat Jun 9 11:27:14 PDT 2007
I'm afraid that you filed the patch in the Trac Trac system, instead
of the MacPorts one.
Le 9 juin 07 à 19:52, Sancho McCann a écrit :
> I submitted the diff at http://trac.edgewall.org/ticket/5464.
> On 4-Jun-07, at 3:22 PM, markd at macports.org wrote:
>> Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org> on Monday, June 4, 2007 at
>> 2:23 PM
>> -0800 wrote:
>>>> Yeah, I could do it. It would be my first maintenance task ever on
>>>> a port though, so I would need some guidance. Is there a good
>>>> reference to read to explain what I'd need to do?
>>> Not exactly, unfortunately. The documentation from when the project
>>> was called DarwinPorts has not been migrated to MacPorts yet, and is
>>> out of date. But you can still read it here in the Internet Archive:
>>> The best advice is to look at existing portfiles and see how they do
>>> You will want to make a copy of the boost portfile:
>>> $ cd `port dir boost`
>>> $ cp Portfile Portfile.orig
>>> Then edit the portfile:
>>> $ port edit boost
>>> Then make your changes and try installing the port. Once you have a
>>> change you're happy with and want to share, get a diff of your
>>> $ diff Portfile.orig Portfile > Portfile.diff
>>> Attach the diff to a new ticket in MacPorts' Trac installation. Then
>>> write back to the list and tell us the ticket number and someone
>>> look at it and commit it.
>> You should submit unified diffs using "-u":
>> diff -u Portfile.orig Portfile > Portfile.diff
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