[opam-devel] [ocaml-platform] opam 1.1.1 to be released shortly
vs374 at cam.ac.uk
Sat Jan 11 23:12:12 GMT 2014
Thanks for mention this! I have an implicit dependency on re2c via
math/gringo dependency. But it won't work in case of binary packages for
sure, as this a build dependency. I've fixed this issue, thanks!
On 11.01.2014 23:00, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:
> Looks good! Minor fix: you missed a dependency on devel/re2c in the
> aspcud Makefile.
> On 10 Jan 2014, at 16:39, Vsevolod Stakhov <vs374 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>> JFYI, I have ported aspcud to FreeBSD today (together with gringo and
>> clasp). It seems to be working with some test cudf files.
>> The most tricky patch was to enable support of the libc++ from LLVM, but
>> I hopefully have managed it.
>> On 10/01/14 09:59, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:
>>> On 10 Jan 2014, at 07:34, Roberto Di Cosmo <roberto at dicosmo.org> wrote:
>>>> Considering the time frame, and the fact that this kind of issues is
>>>> going to come up more and more over time, I do understand that we need
>>>> a quicker solution, and the best thing is to ask for help with this
>>>> among our friends OCamlrs...
>>> If someone could point me to what to port, I'd be happy to take a look
>>> at OpenBSD and Homebrew ports. I'm CCing Vsevolod who has been interested
>>> in a FreeBSD port of aspcud for their new package managers.
>>> What are the differences between the 'paranoid', 'basic' and 'full' user
>>> tracks on their website, and does it affect OPAM?
>> Vsevolod Stakhov
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