leimy2k at mac.com
Sat Jan 10 01:31:41 GMT 2004
On Jan 9, 2004, at 5:48 PM, Adriaan de Groot wrote:
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> On Friday 09 January 2004 20:06, David Leimbach wrote:
>> I have some minor patches to deal with the thread and process
>> differences between
>> FreeBSD and DragonFly I would like to commit and I believe my commit
>> bit may still
>> be active from a few years back :).
> Is it that hard to #ifdef in the FreeBSD directory? Those files should
> be a mess with the differences between 4- and 5-. Adding a directory
> changing higher-level Makefiles, making sure configure detects you OK,
> (Does DFly #define __FreeBSD__ BTW? There's some places that is
> checked -
> like ports and package management (dunno if that is relevant for
Actually I could make the changes in the FreeBSD directory with
#ifdef's. It just seemed to be
cleaner to do this as a separate platform.
The problem is DragonFly doesn't show up as a FreeBSD kind of platform.
I have to
lie to configure that it is FreeBSD currently to make KDE compile.
Patches have been sent
upstream so GNU tools can detect DragonFly as an independent platform.
That said I will try to generate a better diff and send it upstream to
the list before the freeze on Sunday.
I will probably get to this tomorrow.
> - --
> pub 1024D/FEA2A3FE 2002-06-18 Adriaan de Groot <groot at kde.org>
> If the door is ajar, can we fill it with door-jamb?
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