/usr/dports now exists

dragonfly rossNO at raSPndoAMmdata.net
Sat Oct 11 07:13:29 PDT 2003

> It would certainly be nice to work with DragonflyBSD as well but I
> think dports and
> dports would confuse the end user.

I may sound like a total idiot here, as I'm still a beginner to BSD and
don't know much about the ports systems; however, wouldn't it work to put
everything as subdirs of /usr/ports, or would that break a bunch of
automation scripts/apps?  (/usr/ports/darwin, etc)


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