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> - make 'enhancements' (read: faster, more POSIX compliant, etc..)
> from Espie (I could not hope to list them all, he's quite intimate
> the make sources atm and has done some related cleanups as well)
Todd/Marc: can either of you comment on these in more detail?
What changes do need to be made to make(1), ... ?
> - make-maker (mirroring distfiles quickly)
Can you please comment what that means?
> - 'piecemeal' packages, aka one egcs compile & fake install
> becomes egcs-java*tgz, egcs-fortran*tgz, egcs-c++*tgz;
> kdegames is another example of this
Cool thing! How do you build these - building several times in
ports/lang/egcs/stable with various combinations of MAKE_<language> set,
or do you emit all these binary pkgs after one compile run?
>From observing the ports' Makefile, the further seems to be the case.
Plus it seems to be special to that port only, not a general feature
available for all ports?
One thing I didn't see in the OpenBSD feature list is pkg signing. Is that
still work in progress?
NetBSD - because Unix isn't just #include <linux.h>, i386, ILP32, ELF, ...!
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