grobian at gentoo
Feb 24, 2006, 2:56 AM
On 21-02-2006 00:49:17 +0100, Marcin Gabrowski wrote:
Re: OSX only packages: where to store them?
[In reply to]
> I think, that KEYWORD ppc-macos, very good descibes category of
> software which we want to use, and prepare and adjust for endusers.
> Such USE flags like X or -X, may pretty control process of compile
> source. Eg. I dont like X11-apps on OSX.
Yeah, I agree with that. Question here is, however, do we want
eventually to have mainline tree support for this (deviating more and
more from the "Linux" aspect of the tree) or do we want to keep it more
or less separate. Separating keeps purists happy, as they can either
RSYNC_EXCLUDE it, or just don't rsync the whole 'OSX-tree'. (giving
I'm absolutely not sure about what the right attitude towards this
should be. It also addresses the question: what will Gentoo for Mac OS
X become? A better Fink, or just a tool that can build anything for OSX
from source? (think of Adium, Camino, Vim, etc. etc. next to all the
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