manfredantar at gmail.com
Tue Dec 11 03:03:51 UTC 2018
I have a binary of sunclock that runs on OSX Mojave, should work on other versions as well.
I use Xquartz. The tar file is at :
It install’s in /usr/local
You could try it and see if it works for you.
> On Dec 10, 2018, at 6:38 PM, macports at raf.org wrote:
> Joshua Root wrote:
>>> I recently upgraded a macbook air from 10.6 to 10.13
>>> and discovered that sunclock is no longer in macports.
>>> Does anyone know which was the last version of macos
>>> whose corresponding macports included sunclock?
>> That isn't how MacPorts releases work. There is one set of Portfiles
>> that are used on all OS versions.
>> The sunclock port was removed at the start of 2015:
>> The only reason given for the removal was that the upstream site had
>> gone away. You could try installing using the Portfile and files
>> directory from the svn history. If it still builds, we could reinstate
>> the port.
>> - Josh
> Thanks for the clarification and suggestion.
> Unfortunately, I can't really spare the time to
> investigate right now. But when I next upgrade my
> laptop, if my sunclock binary stops working, I'll
> try to find the time.
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