What's the "right" way to update a port to

Yongwei Wu wuyongwei at gmail.com
Sun Aug 21 04:32:30 PDT 2016

May the following two links?


On Saturday, 20 August 2016, Gabriel Rosenkoetter <gr at eclipsed.net> wrote:

> I'm very new to this mailing list (as of yesterday), but only relatively
> new to using MacPorts (for little things over the past few years).
> Recently, I finally got around to reripping my CD collection, and I
> figured I'd use the same tool to do that that I did 15 years ago on a
> now-deceased FreeBSD system: abcde.
> The port installs just fine, and with the right abcde.conf configuration
> can work, but as noted in https://trac.macports.org/ticket/49799, the
> preferred way to retrieve tracks from a CD under Mac OS X (cddafs, or "just
> copy the AIFFs from the mounted volume") is flat broken under the current
> port version (2.7).
> The note in that bug report about the upstream bug is exactly correct, and
> the fix is available in the relatively recently (April 2016, I think) 2.7.2
> upstream release.
> I think this should be relatively simple to fix, and I'd like to learn how
> to do that and contribute the update. Any pointers where I should start
> reading? (Yes, I could go slog through the whole of the relevant
> documentation, but I do, as I'm sure you all do, have a day job, so a shove
> in the right direction may help.)
> (I do also have some other suggestions about packages that it'd be neat if
> abcde also depended upon and used — like py-eyeD3 — and some other software
> that'd be neat to also have packaged and then depend abcde upon — like glyr
> — and I'm happy to do the leg work on those things too, but I figured I'd
> start small and work up from there.)
> --
> Gabriel Rosenkoetter
> gr at eclipsed.net <javascript:;>

Yongwei Wu
URL: http://wyw.dcweb.cn/
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