[Olsr-dev] Patches for OpenBSD
Wed Aug 20 09:39:53 CEST 2014
As I said in my email of yesterday, I'm ok with the patch that Henning
indicated was the only one we should look at. Also, none of our builds
break. All lights green I'd say.
On 20/08/14 09:24, Dahlberg, David wrote:
> Am Dienstag, den 19.08.2014, 15:19 +0200 schrieb Ferry Huberts:
>>> Not sure we have any OpenBSD users on this list anyways.
>> so why merge it then?
> Always remember, that that this is just about some minor fixes
> to the install target, not to the olsrd code itself. So the
> risk is relatively small.
> But here are the reasons, why you should care anyways:
> a) Maybe I am the only one, who cares about OpenBSD right
> now, but there is at least an olsrd port/package in -current,
> maintained by Martin Reindl (martin at openbsd.org).
> b) The ports version is ancient (0.6.0), even a bit older
> than the one in Debian Stable. So I am pretty sure, you
> do not want to support that version any more.
> If it's working from git, you may tell users just to
> "git checkout; gmake; gmake install"
> c) Current HEAD has indeed an OpenBSD install target, but
> it installs to the wrong directories.
> d) The "uninstall" patch should probably apply to all other
> POSIX OSes with a non-GNU user land (esp. FreeBSD, OSX,
> don't know about "Windows(R) Services(TM) for UNIX(TM)(C)").
> Probably it is just that needed to "make uninstall" or
> nobody cared to report the bug there until now.
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