Feel free to do so, it will usually be matter of rewriting 1 to 2, but
you need to check for some nonstandard behavior, which could be
Yes, it does make sense. I've commited patch to do so.
I'll probably try to rebuild my kde too, in order to check for similar issues.
Regards Ladislav Laska
S pozdravem Ladislav Laska
On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 3:42 PM, Chris Bandy <cbandy@...> wrote:
> Ladislav Laska wrote:
>> Sure we can, in fact, it was like this until recently.
>> Well, I've grepped ebuilds and found 43 with EAPI=0/1 and more with no
>> EAPI set. That's a lot of packages and since I don't have time to fix
>> all of them, I'll commit workaround. Feel free to remove it when all
>> packages are fixed.
>> Regards Ladislav Laska
>> S pozdravem Ladislav Laska
>> xmpp/jabber: ladislav.laska@...
> Thank you very much. If porting from EAPI=1 to 2 is as simple as your
> commit for my two packages, I'd be happy to test some others and submit
> Does it make sense to emit a QA/warning when you find PATCHES in EAPI=0|1 ?
> -- Chris