intentionally not bumping port version
I mentioned the policy, but it is probably more important to mention the underlying reason for the policy. I believe that without a PORTREVISION bump, a new package will not be built. With the USE_LDCONFIG= yes change, it seems we would want this, no?
If our policy gurus say it should be bumped, then I'm cool with that
but I don't see the need to inflict more unnecessary downloads and
upgrades on the planet than we already do.
FWIW these (from the -devel version) are what's in /usr/local/lib:
/usr/local/lib/libh2o-evloop.so /usr/local/lib/libh2o-evloop.so.0.15 /usr/local/lib/libh2o-evloop.so.0.15.0-beta1 /usr/local/lib/libh2o.so /usr/local/lib/libh2o.so.0.15 /usr/local/lib/libh2o.so.0.15.0-beta1
USE_LDCONFIG (at least with my meagre understanding of C & libraries)
is performing no additional function that isn't already in place, as
the port already works. So this USE_LDCONFIG isn't unbreaking anything
and isn't requiring users to update (what would they gain). Let's save
an erg of energy.