Just some minor nits. I think sanitizing $PATH to explicitly identify what build tools we need is good, certainly for cross-building from a non-FreeBSD host. This approach also seems to ensure that if we add a new build tool it will break on FreeBSD hosts right away forcing it to be handled (rather than only breaking on non-FreeBSD hosts).
added bzip2 to the required bootstrap tools
I am realizing that to resolve the need for i386-on-amd64 packages properly would require much cooperation, making this a large undertaking, as it was for the adoption of FLAVORS.
In the interest of improving Wine experience on FreeBSD for all, it is probably better to avoid such potentially controversial changes and to keep to the model of distributing all i386 Wine libs as a single package, despite the many drawbacks.
- fixed bug
poudriere testport warnings:
Added machine vs. local keys, fixed errors in the scripts, added checking for key expiry, fixed some other issues.