Giuseppe 'ferdy' Miceli
ferdy at ferdy.it
Tue Nov 2 15:57:45 UTC 2021
i guess you can surely start submitting the four modules using the standard submission flow: https://guide.macports.org/#project.contributing/
should you need any support on the program portfile, please do not hesitate to ask!
> On 2 Nov 2021, at 16:40, Masha Vecherkovskaya <mashavecher at gmail.com> wrote:
> The program is Circos
> http://circos.ca/ <http://circos.ca/>
> the modules are math::vecstat set::intspan statistics::basic text::format
> I have circos up and running now. The portfiles I’ve created are in my local repository as per MacPorts Guide. I was just wondering should I now contribute portfiles for those perl modules to MacPorts or there is no need.
> Thank you
> On 2 November 2021 at 18:29:08, Giuseppe 'ferdy' Miceli (ferdy at ferdy.it <mailto:ferdy at ferdy.it>) wrote:
>> would you please tell us the name of the program and the needed modules?
>> i could try to give you an hand on this.
>>> On 2 Nov 2021, at 16:00, Masha Vecherkovskaya <mashavecher at gmail.com <mailto:mashavecher at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> So there is this somewhat popular program for creating images for exploring relationships between objects or positions. It’s sort of pain to install for someone like me who sticks to managing all installations through MacPorts (no Homebrew, no conda, etc). I’ve created portfiles for pearl modules that are not in MacPorts, but required for this program and they have done the trick for me. Would it be of interest if I contribute them to the project? Maybe someone else could benefit from them. I’m not yet at the point of writing portfile for the program itself.
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