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Related to closed #10 - Midori 7.0 #11

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voidpin opened this Issue Dec 12, 2018 · 4 comments

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voidpin commented Dec 12, 2018

Sorry if this is a stupid question, or even just a noob question...
I've follow the work around Midori-7.0 here, https://wip.pkgsrc.org/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=pkgsrc-wip.git&a=search&h=HEAD&st=commit&s=midori
Thx!

Also, I can see it in http://pkgsrc.se/www/midori

But can't seem to find it in order to build the package on my machine??

pin@awesome-netbsd $ sudo find / -name midori
Password: 
/usr/pkgsrc/www/midori
pin@awesome-netbsd $ pwd                      
/usr/pkgsrc/wip
pin@awesome-netbsd $ sudo git pull -r
Already up to date.
Current branch master is up to date.

Where do I find the directory?
Thx once again.

EDIT: Ops! I found it... it's in current/pkgsrc. Wow! That was fast...
Is it possible to build it on 8.0 formal?

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voidpin commented Dec 12, 2018

Thank you for the quick answer. I didn't wait and updated pkgsrc to the current branch and attempted to build the package... but, other things have changed and it doesn't build. I guess, I have two choices now.
Either move over my whole system to current or build all the needed dependencies locally.

Thanks anyway.
Please feel free to close this issue. I'll think about which way I want to take.

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voidpin commented Dec 12, 2018

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Thx!
Being the one filling issue #10, I'm really greatful for your quick action.
To be honest, I've always wanted to run current. My linux systems are running the latest rc-release of the kernel. But, in BSD land everything is so much more integrated... that I'm still a bit concerned with breakage.
I don't mind "getting my hands dirty", so I guess I'll be building gcr and midori just for the sake of it.

One again, thx, you have been amazing.
Closing this issue now!
Regards

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