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#1 Oct. 25, 2005 10:03:48

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Hi everybody,

I just sent a new port request for Django on FreeBSD.http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=ports/87973If someone else using Django on FreeBSD
and has comment, feel free to write me.

Thanks

if (my english is poor): I'm french

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#2 Oct. 25, 2005 10:46:26

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On Tuesday 25 Oct 2005 2:32 pm, wrote:
> I just sent a new port request for Django on FreeBSD.
>http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=ports/87973> If someone else using Django on FreeBSD
> and has comment, feel free to write me.

i am using django on freebsd, but i wouldnt think that a port would be
of any use until django is released

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#3 Oct. 25, 2005 18:28:10

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I've also been using django on freebsd for quite a while now.  But its an old revision.On 10/25/05,Kenneth Gonsalves<> wrote:On Tuesday 25 Oct 2005 2:32 pm,wrote:> I just sent a new port request for Django on FreeBSD.>http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=ports/87973> If someone else using Django on FreeBSD> and has comment, feel free to write me.i am using django on freebsd, but i wouldnt think that a port would beof any use until django is released--regardskghttp://www.livejournal.com/users/lawgontally ho!http://avsap.org.inಇಂಡ್ಲಿನಕ್ಸ வாழ்க!

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#4 Oct. 26, 2005 02:08:18

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On Tuesday 25 Oct 2005 10:57 pm, Clint Ecker wrote:
> I've also been using django on freebsd for quite a while now. But its
> an old revision.

svn update

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#5 Oct. 26, 2005 07:39:14

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Hi Kenneth,

If you feel I should remove the port tell me (and explain why).
For myself I hope someone will maintain a django port.
If you want to do job I'll be happy.
I only feel it could be cool if in the port tree and we can do a make install /
make deinstall on django. People on freebsd which are looking for a python
framework in the www tree will may also discover that django exists.

Bye

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#6 Oct. 26, 2005 08:42:35

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On Wednesday 26 Oct 2005 12:07 pm, wrote:
> Hi Kenneth,
>
> If you feel I should remove the port tell me (and explain why).

there seems to be some misunderstanding here. My point is that until
django is released, they will keep making backward incompatible
changes, so making a port will be an exercise in frustration as it will
have to be changed very often. Even ppl making rpms etc are waiting for
the release.

> For myself I hope someone will maintain a django port.
> If you want to do job I'll be happy.
> I only feel it could be cool if in the port tree and we can do a make
> install / make deinstall on django. People on freebsd which are
> looking for a python framework in the www tree will may also discover
> that django exists.

i agree - i only meant that it will be extra work maintaining until the
official release. I am sorry if i have offended yous as i did not mean
to offend or flame you
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#7 Oct. 26, 2005 15:03:57

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I'd rather not go through all the backwardscompatible updates for the low-priority application I'm running on that machine ;P~Thanks for the ever so helpful advice though.  I'm going to print it out and hang it on my wall :)ClintOn 10/25/05,Kenneth Gonsalves<> wrote:On Tuesday 25 Oct 2005 10:57 pm, Clint Ecker wrote:> I've also been using django on freebsd for quite a while now. But its> an old revision.svn update--regardskghttp://www.livejournal.com/users/lawgontally ho!http://avsap.org.inಇಂಡ್ಲಿನಕ್ಸ வாழ்க!

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#8 Oct. 26, 2005 15:05:04

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Backwardsincompatible, that is ;)On 10/25/05,Kenneth Gonsalves<> wrote:On Tuesday 25 Oct 2005 10:57 pm, Clint Ecker wrote:> I've also been using django on freebsd for quite a while now. But its> an old revision.svn update--regardskghttp://www.livejournal.com/users/lawgontally ho!http://avsap.org.inಇಂಡ್ಲಿನಕ್ಸ வாழ்க!

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#9 Oct. 27, 2005 07:23:41

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Hi,

> i agree - i only meant that it will be extra work maintaining until the
> official release. I am sorry if i have offended yous as i did not mean
> to offend or flame you

neither I ! :)

I agree with your advice. I may freeze/remove the port. I should have think
twice before create it.

bye






Kenneth Gonsalves wrote:
> On Wednesday 26 Oct 2005 12:07 pm, wrote:
>
>>Hi Kenneth,
>>
>>If you feel I should remove the port tell me (and explain why).
>
>
> there seems to be some misunderstanding here. My point is that until
> django is released, they will keep making backward incompatible
> changes, so making a port will be an exercise in frustration as it will
> have to be changed very often. Even ppl making rpms etc are waiting for
> the release.
>
>
>>For myself I hope someone will maintain a django port.
>>If you want to do job I'll be happy.
>>I only feel it could be cool if in the port tree and we can do a make
>>install / make deinstall on django. People on freebsd which are
>>looking for a python framework in the www tree will may also discover
>>that django exists.
>
>
> i agree - i only meant that it will be extra work maintaining until the
> official release. I am sorry if i have offended yous as i did not mean
> to offend or flame you


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