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Version: 2.5, Package name: Python-2.5.4
Maintained by: Remi Pointel
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Description-bsddb
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming
language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. For
an introduction to programming in Python you are referred to the
Python Tutorial. The Python Library Reference documents built-in
and standard types, constants, functions and modules. Finally, the
Python Reference Manual describes the syntax and semantics of the
core language in (perhaps too) much detail.

Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules written
in C or C++. On most systems such modules may be dynamically loaded.
Python is also adaptable as an extension language for existing
applications. See the internal documentation for hints.

This package contains the bsddb, for using the Berkeley DB library in
Python.

Description-gdbm
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming
language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. For
an introduction to programming in Python you are referred to the
Python Tutorial. The Python Library Reference documents built-in
and standard types, constants, functions and modules. Finally, the
Python Reference Manual describes the syntax and semantics of the
core language in (perhaps too) much detail.

Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules written
in C or C++. On most systems such modules may be dynamically loaded.
Python is also adaptable as an extension language for existing
applications. See the internal documentation for hints.

This package contains the gdbm, for using the GNU DBM library in
Python.

Description-idle
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming
language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. For
an introduction to programming in Python you are referred to the
Python Tutorial. The Python Library Reference documents built-in
and standard types, constants, functions and modules. Finally, the
Python Reference Manual describes the syntax and semantics of the
core language in (perhaps too) much detail.

Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules written
in C or C++. On most systems such modules may be dynamically loaded.
Python is also adaptable as an extension language for existing
applications. See the internal documentation for hints.

This package contains IDE for Python.

Description-main
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented
programming language that combines remarkable power with
very clear syntax. For an introduction to programming in
Python you are referred to the Python Tutorial. The Python
Library Reference documents built-in and standard types,
constants, functions and modules. Finally, the Python
Reference Manual describes the syntax and semantics of the
core language in (perhaps too) much detail.

Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules
written in C or C++. On most systems such modules may be
dynamically loaded. Python is also adaptable as an
extension language for existing applications. See the
internal documentation for hints.

Description-tests
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming
language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. For
an introduction to programming in Python you are referred to the
Python Tutorial. The Python Library Reference documents built-in
and standard types, constants, functions and modules. Finally, the
Python Reference Manual describes the syntax and semantics of the
core language in (perhaps too) much detail.

Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules written
in C or C++. On most systems such modules may be dynamically loaded.
Python is also adaptable as an extension language for existing
applications. See the internal documentation for hints.

This package contains the Python testsuite.

Description-tkinter
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming
language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. For
an introduction to programming in Python you are referred to the
Python Tutorial. The Python Library Reference documents built-in
and standard types, constants, functions and modules. Finally, the
Python Reference Manual describes the syntax and semantics of the
core language in (perhaps too) much detail.

Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules written
in C or C++. On most systems such modules may be dynamically loaded.
Python is also adaptable as an extension language for existing
applications. See the internal documentation for hints.

This package contains the Tkinter module, for using the tk toolkit
in Python.

Description-tools
Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming
language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. For
an introduction to programming in Python you are referred to the
Python Tutorial. The Python Library Reference documents built-in
and standard types, constants, functions and modules. Finally, the
Python Reference Manual describes the syntax and semantics of the
core language in (perhaps too) much detail.

Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules written
in C or C++. On most systems such modules may be dynamically loaded.
Python is also adaptable as an extension language for existing
applications. See the internal documentation for hints.

This package contains extra tools that Python users may find useful
as well as a Python mode for Emacs.

UNMESSAGE-main
Don't forget to remove ${PREFIX}/bin/python,
${PREFIX}/bin/python-config or/and
${PREFIX}/bin/pydoc if they were symlinks to
${PREFIX}/bin/python2.5, ${PREFIX}/bin/python2.5-config
or to ${PREFIX}/bin/pydoc2.5.


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Filesize: 11332.517 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2013-06-05) Package deleted from Ports
  • (2009-01-02) Updated to version: Python-2.5.4
  • (2008-02-27) Updated to version: Python-2.5.2
  • (2007-04-25) Updated to version: Python-2.5.1
  • (2007-04-13) Updated to version: Python-2.5
  • (2006-11-09) Updated to version: python-2.5p0
  • (2006-11-02) Package added to openports.se, version python-2.5 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2011-07-18 09:32:18 by Christian Weisgerber | Files touched by this commit (9)
Log message:
fix build after after 4.9->5.0; with help from rpointel@
   2011-07-18 09:32:18 by Christian Weisgerber | Files touched by this commit (9)
Log message:
fix build after after 4.9->5.0; with help from rpointel@
   2011-07-18 09:32:18 by Christian Weisgerber | Files touched by this commit (9)
Log message:
fix build after after 4.9->5.0; with help from rpointel@
   2011-07-07 14:55:05 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
unbreak patching, spotted by Nigel Taylor.
as a bonus recognise openbsd 5.3 in regression tests.
bump as this file makes it into the package.
   2011-07-07 14:55:05 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
unbreak patching, spotted by Nigel Taylor.
as a bonus recognise openbsd 5.3 in regression tests.
bump as this file makes it into the package.
   2011-07-06 06:25:29 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
regen
   2011-05-30 15:11:44 by Remi Pointel | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
Correct the wrong value of LDFLAGS (certain ports will need WANTLIB += ${MODPY_WANTLIB}).
Thanks for fgsch@ for his patch-Modules_selectmodule_c to correct SIGBUS error on sparc64 (test_kqueue.py).
It's time make bulks of Python2.7 on as many archs as we can.
Thanks a lot.
ok sthen@ aja@
   2011-05-30 15:11:44 by Remi Pointel | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
Correct the wrong value of LDFLAGS (certain ports will need WANTLIB += ${MODPY_WANTLIB}).
Thanks for fgsch@ for his patch-Modules_selectmodule_c to correct SIGBUS error on sparc64 (test_kqueue.py).
It's time make bulks of Python2.7 on as many archs as we can.
Thanks a lot.
ok sthen@ aja@
   2011-05-23 00:42:02 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
Remove python-mode.el, it's now part of the emacs-python package.
It wasn't distributed anymore in the python distfile starting from 2.7 anymore.
Please install the emacs-python pacakge to continue using the functionality.
ok rpointel@
   2011-05-23 00:42:02 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
Remove python-mode.el, it's now part of the emacs-python package.
It wasn't distributed anymore in the python distfile starting from 2.7 anymore.
Please install the emacs-python pacakge to continue using the functionality.
ok rpointel@
   2011-05-23 00:42:02 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
Remove python-mode.el, it's now part of the emacs-python package.
It wasn't distributed anymore in the python distfile starting from 2.7 anymore.
Please install the emacs-python pacakge to continue using the functionality.
ok rpointel@
   2011-05-07 03:36:33 by Federico G. Schwindt | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
Security fix for CVE-2011-1521.
prodded and ok jasper
   2011-05-07 03:36:33 by Federico G. Schwindt | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
Security fix for CVE-2011-1521.
prodded and ok jasper
   2011-05-07 03:36:33 by Federico G. Schwindt | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
Security fix for CVE-2011-1521.
prodded and ok jasper
   2011-05-07 03:36:33 by Federico G. Schwindt | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
Security fix for CVE-2011-1521.
prodded and ok jasper
   2011-05-07 03:36:33 by Federico G. Schwindt | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
Security fix for CVE-2011-1521.
prodded and ok jasper
   2011-05-03 11:48:08 by Remi Pointel | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
use proper autoconf version, from Brad.
ok sthen@.
   2011-04-12 13:28:13 by Matthias Kilian | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
Whenever a package installs a script using #!/usr/bin/env, god kills
a kitten.
Let pydoc${VERSION} use #!${LOCALBASE}/bin/python${VERSION} instead
of $!/usr/bin/env python${VERSION}.
ok rpointel@, sthen@ (after some discussion wether post-build is
the proper target for this or not)
   2011-04-12 13:28:13 by Matthias Kilian | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
Whenever a package installs a script using #!/usr/bin/env, god kills
a kitten.
Let pydoc${VERSION} use #!${LOCALBASE}/bin/python${VERSION} instead
of $!/usr/bin/env python${VERSION}.
ok rpointel@, sthen@ (after some discussion wether post-build is
the proper target for this or not)
   2010-11-15 13:55:25 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
use tk.port.mk and move -tkinter to a more recent version of Tcl/Tk.
reads fine to fgsch@
   2010-11-15 13:55:25 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
use tk.port.mk and move -tkinter to a more recent version of Tcl/Tk.
reads fine to fgsch@
   2010-10-28 02:22:11 by Federico G. Schwindt | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Simplify and switch to REVISION.
From Alexandr Shadchin (firstname dot lastname at gmail dot com).
martynas@ ok.
   2010-10-18 13:20:42 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (54)
Log message:
USE_GROFF=Yes
   2010-09-22 07:44:12 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
- remove the BROKEN-mips64 markers after miod's recent softfloat commit,
python seems to be working well enough now.
   2010-09-16 16:34:08 by Federico G. Schwindt | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Update WANTLIB after ncurses update. While here remove unneeded pthread-stubs
and xcb from -tkinter.  With help from sthen@
   2010-04-15 12:35:02 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
- more BROKEN-$ARCH
   2010-04-15 08:58:25 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (55)
Log message:
Stupid poor blank lines, stupid poor blank lines...
   2010-04-15 08:58:25 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (55)
Log message:
Stupid poor blank lines, stupid poor blank lines...
   2010-04-15 08:11:02 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (64)
Log message:
Consistency: remove the 1, 2 or even 3 empty blank lines.
sthen@ agrees
   2010-04-15 08:11:02 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (64)
Log message:
Consistency: remove the 1, 2 or even 3 empty blank lines.
sthen@ agrees
   2010-02-28 08:27:37 by Peter Hessler | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
python2.5 needs a patch to libffi/configure in order to detect what
platform loongson is.  Unbreak for mips64el.
OK jasper@
(reminder, ports is not fully open, do not commit without specific permission)
   2010-02-25 04:02:39 by Peter Hessler | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
Allow Python to build on loongson.  Bring in some libffi fixes, inspired
by jasper@'s fixes to the libffi port.
Mark mips64 (aka, sgi) as BROKEN, as the build fails.  We'll look closer
at this after unlock.
OK jasper@
ports is unlocked for a while only for those who have been informed.
   2010-02-25 04:02:39 by Peter Hessler | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
Allow Python to build on loongson.  Bring in some libffi fixes, inspired
by jasper@'s fixes to the libffi port.
Mark mips64 (aka, sgi) as BROKEN, as the build fails.  We'll look closer
at this after unlock.
OK jasper@
ports is unlocked for a while only for those who have been informed.
   2010-02-25 04:02:39 by Peter Hessler | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
Allow Python to build on loongson.  Bring in some libffi fixes, inspired
by jasper@'s fixes to the libffi port.
Mark mips64 (aka, sgi) as BROKEN, as the build fails.  We'll look closer
at this after unlock.
OK jasper@
ports is unlocked for a while only for those who have been informed.
   2010-02-25 04:02:39 by Peter Hessler | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
Allow Python to build on loongson.  Bring in some libffi fixes, inspired
by jasper@'s fixes to the libffi port.
Mark mips64 (aka, sgi) as BROKEN, as the build fails.  We'll look closer
at this after unlock.
OK jasper@
ports is unlocked for a while only for those who have been informed.
   2010-02-25 04:02:39 by Peter Hessler | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
Allow Python to build on loongson.  Bring in some libffi fixes, inspired
by jasper@'s fixes to the libffi port.
Mark mips64 (aka, sgi) as BROKEN, as the build fails.  We'll look closer
at this after unlock.
OK jasper@
ports is unlocked for a while only for those who have been informed.
   2010-02-09 05:23:59 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (19)
Log message:
- extend archtecture tests for mips64el
ok naddy@ phessler@
   2010-01-20 01:15:21 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
fix update from OpenBSD 4.5 (missed @pkgpath markers at the time
-bz2, -expat, -sqlite were removed)
   2010-01-20 01:15:21 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
fix update from OpenBSD 4.5 (missed @pkgpath markers at the time
-bz2, -expat, -sqlite were removed)
   2009-11-22 15:53:19 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
- minor tweaks for mips64, none of the versions fully build, but at least
they're somewhat getting there.
- with the added patch, 2.5 gets as far as 2.6, and then fails terribly.
ok djm@ (MAINTAINER)
   2009-11-22 15:53:19 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
- minor tweaks for mips64, none of the versions fully build, but at least
they're somewhat getting there.
- with the added patch, 2.5 gets as far as 2.6, and then fails terribly.
ok djm@ (MAINTAINER)
   2009-08-10 11:31:07 by Matthias Kilian | Files touched by this commit (19)
Log message:
WANTLIB changes after xcb addition and bump.
For some unknown reason, I forgot to commit lang/*
this morning.
   2009-06-24 19:49:54 by Jolan Luff | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
avoid conflict in -tools subpackage
   2009-06-24 19:49:54 by Jolan Luff | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
avoid conflict in -tools subpackage
   2009-03-16 07:18:56 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
bump for tk; pointed out by jasper@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2009-01-01 14:03:28 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (71)
Log message:
Updates and garbage collect all three Python ports:
2.4.4 => 2.4.8
2.5.2 => 2.5.4
2.6 => 2.6.1
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their build knobs to match 2.6.
Removes no longer needed Python 2.5 security patches backported
from the release25-maint SVN branch.
Remove the -bz2 subpackage from all three versions. It is silly
to make a subpackage to avoid depending on something tiny and
compatibly licensed.
Python 2.4 and 2.5 lose their -expat subpackages; expat has been
in base for some time.
Python 2.5 loses its sqlite subpackge. Again, sqlite is tiny,
compatibly licensed and is depended upon by more and more
applications. This brings it into line with the 2.6 version.
Rework all three version's handling of setup.py. Rather than regex
replacing LOCALBASE and X11BASE into setup.py post-configure, these
are passed in though environment variables. Will save hours of
frustrated cursing familiar to anyone who has accidently used the
update-patches target after configure and had to go back and redo
all the substitutions.
Rework the patching of setup.py for 2.4 and 2.5 to be more like
what we do for 2.6. I.e. keep the diff minimal and avoid deleting
huge blocks of code, so the diff has a chance of applying without
massive hand-editing each patch release.
Fix .py paths in installed .pyc files (patch from eric@)
feedback from several, particularly eric@, ajacoutot@ and Ingo
Schwarze; "get it in" ajacoutot@
   2008-12-15 22:32:20 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
unused for a long time; spotted by fgsch@
   2008-10-19 01:13:45 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
- tweak MESSAGE
ok djm@
   2008-10-19 01:13:45 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
- tweak MESSAGE
ok djm@
   2008-10-18 06:01:25 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
fix slightly borked packaging:
- idle was incorrectly included in the -main package, not the -idle
subpackage. Move these to where they belong.
- The -main package installed a ${LOCALBASE}/python-config, which
would conflict with future python versions. Remove this and add
a MESSAGE suggesting users symlink python-config2.5 to it if
necessary
- An Emacs .el files was also installed by the -main package, this
too would conflict with parallel installs of different major
releases. Move this to the -tools subpackage.
bump PKG_PATCHLEVEL
   2008-10-18 06:01:25 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
fix slightly borked packaging:
- idle was incorrectly included in the -main package, not the -idle
subpackage. Move these to where they belong.
- The -main package installed a ${LOCALBASE}/python-config, which
would conflict with future python versions. Remove this and add
a MESSAGE suggesting users symlink python-config2.5 to it if
necessary
- An Emacs .el files was also installed by the -main package, this
too would conflict with parallel installs of different major
releases. Move this to the -tools subpackage.
bump PKG_PATCHLEVEL
   2008-10-18 06:01:25 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
fix slightly borked packaging:
- idle was incorrectly included in the -main package, not the -idle
subpackage. Move these to where they belong.
- The -main package installed a ${LOCALBASE}/python-config, which
would conflict with future python versions. Remove this and add
a MESSAGE suggesting users symlink python-config2.5 to it if
necessary
- An Emacs .el files was also installed by the -main package, this
too would conflict with parallel installs of different major
releases. Move this to the -tools subpackage.
bump PKG_PATCHLEVEL
   2008-10-18 06:01:25 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
fix slightly borked packaging:
- idle was incorrectly included in the -main package, not the -idle
subpackage. Move these to where they belong.
- The -main package installed a ${LOCALBASE}/python-config, which
would conflict with future python versions. Remove this and add
a MESSAGE suggesting users symlink python-config2.5 to it if
necessary
- An Emacs .el files was also installed by the -main package, this
too would conflict with parallel installs of different major
releases. Move this to the -tools subpackage.
bump PKG_PATCHLEVEL
   2008-10-18 06:01:25 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
fix slightly borked packaging:
- idle was incorrectly included in the -main package, not the -idle
subpackage. Move these to where they belong.
- The -main package installed a ${LOCALBASE}/python-config, which
would conflict with future python versions. Remove this and add
a MESSAGE suggesting users symlink python-config2.5 to it if
necessary
- An Emacs .el files was also installed by the -main package, this
too would conflict with parallel installs of different major
releases. Move this to the -tools subpackage.
bump PKG_PATCHLEVEL
   2008-10-18 06:01:25 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
fix slightly borked packaging:
- idle was incorrectly included in the -main package, not the -idle
subpackage. Move these to where they belong.
- The -main package installed a ${LOCALBASE}/python-config, which
would conflict with future python versions. Remove this and add
a MESSAGE suggesting users symlink python-config2.5 to it if
necessary
- An Emacs .el files was also installed by the -main package, this
too would conflict with parallel installs of different major
releases. Move this to the -tools subpackage.
bump PKG_PATCHLEVEL
   2008-10-18 06:01:25 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
fix slightly borked packaging:
- idle was incorrectly included in the -main package, not the -idle
subpackage. Move these to where they belong.
- The -main package installed a ${LOCALBASE}/python-config, which
would conflict with future python versions. Remove this and add
a MESSAGE suggesting users symlink python-config2.5 to it if
necessary
- An Emacs .el files was also installed by the -main package, this
too would conflict with parallel installs of different major
releases. Move this to the -tools subpackage.
bump PKG_PATCHLEVEL
   2008-10-18 06:01:25 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (8)
Log message:
fix slightly borked packaging:
- idle was incorrectly included in the -main package, not the -idle
subpackage. Move these to where they belong.
- The -main package installed a ${LOCALBASE}/python-config, which
would conflict with future python versions. Remove this and add
a MESSAGE suggesting users symlink python-config2.5 to it if
necessary
- An Emacs .el files was also installed by the -main package, this
too would conflict with parallel installs of different major
releases. Move this to the -tools subpackage.
bump PKG_PATCHLEVEL
   2008-09-06 17:39:57 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
The _sha256 and _sha512 modules are not built when Python is built
against OpenSSL 0.9.8 as it includes support for these hashes directly.
Bump pkgname.
Report from Frank Denis
   2008-09-06 17:39:57 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
The _sha256 and _sha512 modules are not built when Python is built
against OpenSSL 0.9.8 as it includes support for these hashes directly.
Bump pkgname.
Report from Frank Denis
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-08-05 21:23:31 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (27)
Log message:
Fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities:
CVE-2008-1679 CVE-2008-1721 CVE-2008-1887
CVE-2008-2316 CVE-2008-3142 CVE-2008-3144
Patches cherrypicked with assistance of val.masutin AT gmail.com and
Toni Mueller.
Tested by sthen@ naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-07-25 13:32:21 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
bump libpython2.5 and PKGNAME for isinf()
ok espie
   2008-06-29 18:29:32 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Fix crash in readline module when using completion caused by bad
implicit prototype of legacy completion_matches function.
Report and fix from henry AT precheur.org
   2008-06-29 18:29:32 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Fix crash in readline module when using completion caused by bad
implicit prototype of legacy completion_matches function.
Report and fix from henry AT precheur.org
   2008-06-09 23:11:27 by Peter Valchev | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
-mieee is now default on alpha
   2008-06-09 06:34:55 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
fix intermitent race condition, no reason for ./Lib/plat-openbsd4
to match $(srcdir)/Lib/plat-openbsd4 except by accident...
   2008-06-09 06:34:55 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
fix intermitent race condition, no reason for ./Lib/plat-openbsd4
to match $(srcdir)/Lib/plat-openbsd4 except by accident...
   2008-05-10 11:10:24 by Deanna Phillips | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Let 2.5 install python-mode for emacs.
ok mbalmer@
   2008-05-10 11:10:24 by Deanna Phillips | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Let 2.5 install python-mode for emacs.
ok mbalmer@
   2008-05-10 11:10:24 by Deanna Phillips | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Let 2.5 install python-mode for emacs.
ok mbalmer@
   2008-03-27 08:31:31 by Michael Erdely | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Move two files from PLIST-main to PLIST-tools.  Fixes pkg_delete python.
From alek@
ok ajacoutot@
   2008-03-27 08:31:31 by Michael Erdely | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Move two files from PLIST-main to PLIST-tools.  Fixes pkg_delete python.
From alek@
ok ajacoutot@
   2008-03-27 08:31:31 by Michael Erdely | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Move two files from PLIST-main to PLIST-tools.  Fixes pkg_delete python.
From alek@
ok ajacoutot@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2008-02-26 17:30:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
python-2.5.2
tested with a full ports build by naddy@ ok pvalchev@
   2007-11-21 11:45:07 by Michael Erdely | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Add -mieee CFLAG if ${MACHINE_ARCH} == alpha to prevent floating point
exception.
ok & help martynas@; ok alek@ (MAINTAINER) and naddy@
   2007-11-03 05:16:21 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
nail down build order for parallel build.
tested through a bulk build by sturm@
   2007-10-25 15:05:33 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (15)
Log message:
db.=4 -> db.>=4  in preparation of db4 update
ok sthen@
   2007-10-21 05:41:33 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
move some test files to the -tests subpackage.
noticed by Simon Kuhnle <simon at blarzwurst.de>
   2007-10-21 05:41:33 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
move some test files to the -tests subpackage.
noticed by Simon Kuhnle <simon at blarzwurst.de>
   2007-10-21 05:41:33 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
move some test files to the -tests subpackage.
noticed by Simon Kuhnle <simon at blarzwurst.de>
   2007-10-20 00:54:55 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
remove the embedded expat source.
This makes sure we pick up the system expat.h
No package change.
   2007-10-16 02:22:32 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (9)
Log message:
- tweak MESSAGE: force symlink creation (nothing fancy but makes it
easier when changing default python versions)
"sure" steven@
   2007-10-16 02:22:32 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (9)
Log message:
- tweak MESSAGE: force symlink creation (nothing fancy but makes it
easier when changing default python versions)
"sure" steven@
   2007-10-16 02:22:32 by Antoine Jacoutot | Files touched by this commit (9)
Log message:
- tweak MESSAGE: force symlink creation (nothing fancy but makes it
easier when changing default python versions)
"sure" steven@
   2007-09-26 08:02:23 by Aleksander Piotrowski | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
AUTOCONF_VERSION is supposed to be overwritten for particular version of python so replace = with ?= in Makefile.inc to make it possible; ok sturm@, steven@
   2007-08-29 07:05:12 by Federico G. Schwindt | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
bump package name too; reminded by sturm@.
   2007-08-29 06:47:47 by Federico G. Schwindt | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
use the correct interpreter for pydoc; maintainer ok.
   2007-06-26 10:50:18 by Martynas Venckus | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
documentation fix: we don't automatically create symbolic links,
also be consistant with binary names, and move rcsid to the top.
bump pkgnames.
ok steven@
   2007-06-26 10:50:18 by Martynas Venckus | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
documentation fix: we don't automatically create symbolic links,
also be consistant with binary names, and move rcsid to the top.
bump pkgnames.
ok steven@
   2007-05-07 09:43:33 by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
fix WANTLIB/LIB_DEPENDS
ok alek@ mbalmer@


   2007-04-28 04:06:25 by Bernd Ahlers | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Use xenocara expat.


   2007-04-28 04:06:25 by Bernd Ahlers | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Use xenocara expat.


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-24 17:32:47 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (10)
Log message:
python-2.5.1


   2007-04-05 10:20:19 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (912)
Log message:
base64 checksums.


   2007-02-16 15:56:48 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
make configure script like all versions of OpenBSD, unbreaks build.
ok sturm@


   2007-02-16 15:56:48 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
make configure script like all versions of OpenBSD, unbreaks build.
ok sturm@


   2007-01-10 09:57:56 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (7)
Log message:
- update to python 2.3.6
- build python with CXX, fixes problems with extensions that use CXX
such as the py-wxWidgets problem spotted by john.danks at gmail.com
from alek@ some time ago
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-24 13:48:23 by Steven Mestdagh | Files touched by this commit (35)
Log message:
new MULTI_PACKAGES
   2006-11-09 10:36:29 by Aleksander Piotrowski | Files touched by this commit (1)
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PFRAG file missed in previous commit
   2006-11-08 12:00:19 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
fix compilation on ARM, where the ctypes module is not supported by
moving it into a new PFRAG; feedback and ok alek@
   2006-11-08 12:00:19 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
fix compilation on ARM, where the ctypes module is not supported by
moving it into a new PFRAG; feedback and ok alek@
   2006-11-08 11:59:38 by Damien Miller | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
refer to 2.5, not 2.4 here