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  • Update to 1.8.0 o Compressed Folders is now part of main line


  • Fix missing lib depends with libgpg-errors and libassuan
  • Move Header Cache to a BSD ports single radio
  • Remove redundent sidebar var
  • VVV updated to 1.8.0
  • GREETING updated to 1.7.2
  • extra-patch-parent-child-match converted to a makepatch
Test Plan

Built with all possible options and iternations of header caches

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Event Timeline retitled this revision from to Update to 1.8.0. updated this object. edited the test plan for this revision. (Show Details)

There's a _PLIST_FILES helper; this should be COMPRESSED_FOLDERS_PLIST_FILES.


Why is this (and pre-configure) a ::? Can they just be a normal :? marked an inline comment as done.
  • Updated to use the COMPRESSED_FOLDER_PLIST_FILES helper.
  • post-patch:: can be changed to a : since there's a single post-patch creation script.

It seems possible that pre-configure:: could be converted to a : if "CONFIGURE_SED" is moved to a _VAR helper.


I don't know if I fully understand the difference between : vs :: for source less targets. But my understanding according to the make's man page is a source less :: will always be recreated. If so it doesn't seem necessary.

Also, if so should all instances of :: be changed to :?

It seems that GNU make's :: is required if you want to create multiple targets of the same name. Were these added in that manner out of confusion - this is just a speculation?

doh. The inline "I don't know if I fully understand..." was held waiting for me to submit "Leap Into Action!" This was initially entered Sun 2/27. I think that would explain why I didn't see any reply about it.


Only where the target is only defined once, which in this case is just post-patch, so AFAIK it's right now that you've changed post-patch.

adamw edited edge metadata.
This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Mar 4 2017, 4:05 PM

Committed in r435416. Thanks, Derek.