David Lowe | 30 Jan 17:31 2016
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Audacious Package

	So i was looking into updating the currently unmaintained Audacious package.  We have version 2.2,
upstream has 3.7.  Since our package names actually start with "audacious2", would it be better to make the
new package set as audacious3-*?

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Hanspeter Niederstrasser | 12 Jan 04:18 2016

gdal-py leaves a lot of broken symlinks on uninstall

Kurt,

On 10.11, gdal-py* leaves a lot of dangling symlinks from 
update-alternatives:

Removing gdal-py27 ...
Checking available versions of gdal-py, updating links in 
/sw/etc/alternatives ...
(You may modify the symlinks there yourself if desired - see `man ln'.)
Alternative /sw/bin/epsg_tr.py2.7 for gdal-py not registered, not removing.
Leaving gdal-py (/sw/bin/epsg_tr.py) pointing to /sw/bin/epsg_tr.py27.
Leaving gdal_proximity.py (/sw/bin/gdal_proximity.py) pointing to 
/sw/bin/gdal_proximity.py27.
Leaving gcps2vec.py (/sw/bin/gcps2vec.py) pointing to /sw/bin/gcps2vec.py27.
Leaving gdal2xyz.py (/sw/bin/gdal2xyz.py) pointing to /sw/bin/gdal2xyz.py27.
Leaving gdal_fillnodata.py (/sw/bin/gdal_fillnodata.py) pointing to 
/sw/bin/gdal_fillnodata.py27.
Leaving gdal_merge.py (/sw/bin/gdal_merge.py) pointing to 
/sw/bin/gdal_merge.py27.
Leaving gdalchksum.py (/sw/bin/gdalchksum.py) pointing to 
/sw/bin/gdalchksum.py27.
Leaving gdalimport.py (/sw/bin/gdalimport.py) pointing to 
/sw/bin/gdalimport.py27.
Leaving esri2wkt.py (/sw/bin/esri2wkt.py) pointing to /sw/bin/esri2wkt.py27.
Leaving gdalident.py (/sw/bin/gdalident.py) pointing to 
/sw/bin/gdalident.py27.
Leaving gdal_polygonize.py (/sw/bin/gdal_polygonize.py) pointing to 
/sw/bin/gdal_polygonize.py27.
Leaving gdal_retile.py (/sw/bin/gdal_retile.py) pointing to 
/sw/bin/gdal_retile.py27.
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Alexander Hansen | 9 Jan 23:08 2016
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My packages are up for adoption

I’m not giving up the project just yet.  I just don’t actually use most of what I maintain, and real life is
really dragging me down right now so I don’t have the time and energy to keep up with them.

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Greg Minshall | 5 Jan 03:46 2016
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procmail for 10.11

hi.  i just updated to 10.11.  Apple removed various things, including
RCS and procmail.  there's a fink package for RCS, but i don't see one
for procmail.  i downloaded the source, made a few mods
(s/getline/pr_getline/g; mv INSTALL INSTALL.txt), and it appears to
work.

is there a more formal way of getting procmail?  (i couldn't *ask* the
question until i had my e-mail back up and running, sigh... :)

other than that, in particular the fink parts of the upgrade were great.

cheers, Greg

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Trevor Harmon | 26 Dec 19:15 2015
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Removing myself as maintainer

Hi,

Unfortunately I am no longer able to act as maintainer for any Fink packages, so I would like to remove myself
from all .info files. I have attached a patch to do so. Could one of the core devs please apply it? (Use -p0.)
Thank you,

Trevor

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Jesse Alama | 27 Dec 21:09 2015
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coreutils-default missing base64

I just noticed that gbase64 is available in coreutils, but the analogue in coreutils-default is missing. 
The DescDetails talks about a conflict with the base64 package, but it seems that package is no longer available.

http://pdb.finkproject.org/pdb/browse.php?summary=base64

Any chance of putting base64 into coreutils-default?

Jesse

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Derek Homeier | 27 Nov 00:36 2015
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hdf5.10 build failure (invalid control file)

Hi,

building hdf5-bin_1.8.16 fails with

env LANG=C LC_ALL=C dpkg-deb -b root-hdf5-bin-1.8.16-1 /sw/fink/10.10/stable/main/binary-darwin-x86_64/sci
/sw/bin/dpkg-deb: parse error, in file `root-hdf5-bin-1.8.16-1/DEBIAN/control' near line 10 package `hdf5-bin':
 `Replaces' field, syntax error after reference to package `hdf5-oldapi-bin’

It seems there are missing commas after hdf5-oldapi-bin, hdf5.8-oldapi as well as Conflicts: … hdf5.8-oldapi

in the hdf5-bin SplitOff description.

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Daniel Macks | 25 Nov 22:54 2015

MAKEFLAGS for -j1

We used to not support parallel builds, but had an unofficial way that one could hack one's local fink to pass
-jN via the MAKEFLAGS env var. Now fink supports -jN itself. Formerly, packages that did not work with -jN
had .info settings to supress paassing the MAKEFLAGS env var and/or to re-set it to -j1. Now fink supports a
.info setting that specifically controls fink's -jN feature, which also indicates this effect in the
diagnostic message when package-building fails so that debugging is easier. I'm going to remove the
legacy MAKEFLAGS settings and replace them with the modern UseMaxBuildJobs settings throughout the
whole live distro shortly. 

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Jack Howarth | 22 Nov 16:29 2015
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Fwd: gcc52 on darwin11

David,
     I am forwarding this to the fink-devel mailing list as I've unmaintained all of my packages.
           Jack

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Date: Sat, Nov 21, 2015 at 5:42 PM
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Hi Jack, having trouble building gcc-5.2 with your packaging on x86_64-darwin11.  Log attached.  

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Max Horn | 23 Nov 17:06 2015
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Re: Fink

Hi Dave,
[CC: fink-devel],

> On 22 Nov 2015, at 21:39, David R. Morrison <drm <at> math.ucsb.edu> wrote:
> 
> Hi Max.
> 
> I have indeed been inactive but am planning to resume activity soon.  (As soon as I get one of my machines
upgraded to a El Capitan.)  I'll assess my packages after I do that and might release some of them as unmaintained.

Great news :)

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Re: "Duplicate sources.list entry"

On a more general note: have we lost the ability (temporarily?) to use binary distributions
after migrating to 10.9-libcxx?

> From: Daniel Johnson <daniel.johnson31 <at> gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: "Duplicate sources.list entry"
> Newsgroups: gmane.os.apple.fink.devel
> Date: 2015-11-08 10:24:55 GMT (1 week, 4 days, 5 hours and 9 minutes ago)
> > On Nov 7, 2015, at 9:35 PM, Alexander Hansen <alexanderk.hansen <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> > 
> >> 
> >> On Nov 7, 2015, at 16:15, Max Horn <max <at> quendi.de> wrote:
> >> 
> >> so, I keep seeing this message at the end of any "fink install" run that involves building a package:
> >> 
> >> "
> >> Reading Package Lists... Done
> >> Building Dependency Tree... Done
> >> W: Duplicate sources.list entry 
> http://bindist.finkmirrors.net
>  stable/main Packages (/sw/var/lib/apt/lists/bindist.finkmirrors.net_10.11_dists_stable_main_binary-darwin-x86%5f64_Packages)
> >> W: You may want to run apt-get update to correct these problems
> >> $
> >> "
> >> 
> >> I can fix it by doing what it says and running apt-get update... But the problem keeps coming back. Looks as
> if Fink (?) is corrupting sources.list?
> >> 
> >> Here are my system stats (yeah, I finally upgraded my machine from 10.8... -- this is a completely fresh
> Fink installation)
> >> 
> >> $ sw_vers
> >> ProductName:	Mac OS X
> >> ProductVersion:	10.11.1
> >> BuildVersion:	15B42
> >> $ fink --version
> >> Package manager version: 0.39.2
> >> Distribution version: selfupdate-cvs Wed Oct 21 18:56:26 2015, 10.11, x86_64
> >> Trees: local/main stable/main
> >> 
> >> 
> >> Any thoughts as to what might be wrong?
> >> 
> >> 
> >> Cheers,
> >> Max
> > 
> > I’ve never seen this myself, either on an upgraded setup or a clean bootstrap.  What’s in your
> sources.list ?
> > 
> > —akh
> 
> I was getting this too. I still had the line
> deb http://bindist.finkmirrors.net/10.11 stable main
> in my sources.list even after disabling the bindist in fink.conf. Commenting it out seems to work.
> 
> Because I had the bindist active before updating to 10.11 it seems fink just changed the line from 10.10 to
> 10.11. Could this be because I updated my OS before fink? I did have to manually download and install the
> newer fink version because I didn’t update it first.
> 
> Daniel

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