> Lina Pezzella wrote:
>> On Oct 10, 2005, at 6:19 PM, Mike wrote:
>>> I want to make xorg-x11 available for mac-os or macos (whichever the
>> If you're happy to let portage overwrite Apple-provided files
>> (note: dependencies may cause more files to be overwritten than
>> you anticipated) then you can do this by changing your profile to
>> the "Progressive" profile. This is easily done by setting the
>> symlink /etc/make.profile point to /usr/portage/profiles/default-
> I think some people willl be interested in running Xorg instead of
> AppleX11. Knowing how to compile it is nice for when we will be
> able to install everything without collising like fink does.
Efforts might be best spent on the modular xorg ebuilds, as I'm sure
the gentoo xorg maintainers will want to ditch the monolithic ebuilds
at some point down the road...although there might be too much voodoo
in getting XDarwin.app etc. installed properly for the gentoo xorg
maintainers to stomach, so perhaps xorg-darwin is a possibility...
>> My current understanding is that the only active developer working
>> on the progressive profile is Kito. If you're interested in
>> testing for
> I'd say there is noone working on the progressive profile at the
> moment. As far as I know, Kito doesn't have a progressive setup as
> well. Hopefully the progressive profile will be deprecated eventually.
Not sure what gave you that idea...its the only profile for OS X I
find useful :p I know a few others are using it as well. Its
basically the proving ground for the portage base-system packages.
Its also whats used for Darwin development, as building Darwin system
packages requires a heavily modified OS X environment. I don't plan
on deprecating it at all, if you feel strongly otherwise, maybe you
should split the profiles up (again) and let the collision-protect
profiles that install packages to / (non-prefixed) live in profiles/
default-macos and leave profiles/default-darwin for, well, darwin.
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