List Archive: gentoo-osx
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On 30. Jul 2005, at 20:33 Uhr, Hasan Khalil wrote:
>> Is there still something goin on? This ML seems to be very quiet.
> There is definitely stuff going on! Unfortunately, not much is
> documented. Assuming that you want to stay on top of more than just
> what new packages have been keyworded (you can use the great services
> at http://packages.gentoo.org or the like for that), There are two
> ways to keep track of the project status.
My problem always was, i felt a bit uncomfortable with gentoo changing
my OS X files. For example have used gnat for OS X as an external
package, not from gentoo, which changed my gcc 3.3 that came with OS X
and that demaged my gcc, it took very long to find out why some things
did not compile.
so i like the fink solution, to have an extra directory, which i can
simply remove if i don't like it anymore or that i can simply change my
PATH to have an origial OS X environment.
Some time ago there was a discussion about those things, which way
gentoo-osx should go, what to do and so. What about this discussion? Is
the extra directory for gentoo-osx definetly dead and will not be used?
Or are the changes to portage that would be neccessary to difficult?
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