How to request MacPorts to add a port?
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Sat Jun 20 12:34:28 PDT 2009
It does not look like it exists. I went ahead and made a port file for
you. When I get some time, I will submit it to the port trac.
In the meantime, you can do this:
Then, in your local repo you just made, make a dir called "perl" and
in that make a dir called "p5-www-urltoys", and cd into it.
Put this in a file called "p5-www-urltoys"
Contents of the file pasted below, careful of the line breaks and
wrapping that email is going to do to it.
From inside the "p5-www-urltoys" run `sudo port install`
$sudo port install
---> Fetching p5-www-urltoys
---> Verifying checksum(s) for p5-www-urltoys
---> Extracting p5-www-urltoys
---> Configuring p5-www-urltoys
---> Building p5-www-urltoys
---> Staging p5-www-urltoys into destroot
---> Installing p5-www-urltoys @1.28_0
---> Activating p5-www-urltoys @1.28_0
---> Cleaning p5-www-urltoys
Showing that it was installed
$port installed | grep urltoys
p5-www-urltoys @1.28_0 (active)
I know little about perl, so just to make sure it is installed:
/opt/local/bin/perl -MWWW::URLToys -e 1
returns nothing, which I believe means it is now installed.
PortGroup perl5 1.0
perl5.setup WWW-URLToys 1.28
description WWW::URLToys - gather and download URLs from
long_description WWW::URLToys is a separation of the program
into its core code (this module), and the
that use it (urltoys and urltoysw). This
module has \
been made available via CPAN to allow others
to use \
URLToys commands on their Perl arrays, and
to create \
interfaces for URLToys that far surpass
those of the \
checksums md5 de1951e1a3a1f7095631376f115ed7b9 \
On Jun 20, 2009, at 12:13 AM, Scott wrote:
> How to request MacPorts to add a port?
> I have urltoys -- extremely useful.
> I'd like it added into the MacPorts directory universe,
> where it can be neatly killed, etc.
> How to do this?
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