sysutils/fusefs-ntfs: Disable UBLIO Disable* the UBLIO port option as it is unmaintained, experimental code for which there have been bug reports including data corruption when using it. Note: the bits to enable and patch NTFS-3g to use UBLIO have been left in place to enable interested persons to test and potentially bring it back to a maintained and stable state. To enable UBLIO, add UBLIO to the ports OPTIONS_DEFINE line. While I'm here: OPTIONS: - Make UUID functionality (and libuuid dependency) OPTION'al (UUID option enabled by default) - Add CRYPTO option (Enable crypto related code and utilities), enabled by default - Add DEBUG option - Add EXTRAS option (ntfsdecrypt, ntfsrecover, ntfssecaudit, ntfstruncate, ntfsusermap, ntfswipe), enabled by default. EXTRAS implies (ntfsdecrypt breaks without) CRYPTO enabled. PATCHES: - Replace pkgconfigdir configure patch with one that adds a --with-pkgconfigdir option to configure.ac instead. Add USES=autoreconf accordingly. Upstreamable - Replace configure patch removing the freebsd* error case in enable_ntfs_3g check with adding freebsd to list of OS's that get the --with-fuse option. Upstreamable. - Fix missing AM_PATH_LIBGRYPT macro errors by checking for their presence PORT COMPLIANCE: - Use install-strip to strip shared libraries/binaries instead of a custom post-install target. - Respect user/sysctl CFLAGS in configure.ac, in particular to allow for -Wno-<warning> overrides. - Sort pkg-plist  bug 194526, bug 206978
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This seems weird to me. The option should be discoverable not hidden. Putting up an additional barrier for interested users by hiding it in long documents (README.FreeBSD and the Makefile) that few people will read is artificial and unnecessary. Please just rename the option to something more sensible like UBLIO_EXPERIMENTAL or UBLIO_UNSTABLE and add it back to OPTIONS_DEFINE. The likelihood of users turning it on by accident or due to stale OPTIONS_SET should be minimal to nonexistent. The option could be further warned about by an improved option description and pkg-help.