Port override skeleton for ffmpeg

Steve O'Hara-Smith steve at sohara.org
Mon Mar 7 02:24:11 PST 2005

On Thu, 3 Mar 2005 21:27:15 -0500 (EST)
justin at xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> > 	I couldn't build it without the override (on 1.1-stable from
> > a few days ago) because the bktr and meteor headers have moved from
> > the FreeBSD 4.x location (machine/) to dev/video/bktr and dev/video/meteor
> > and thus weren't found by the compile. Do you still have FreeBSD 4.x
> > header
> > files lurking ?
> I shouldn't; this machine has only ever run DragonFly.

	Interestingly enough when I built a world I got symlinks in
/usr/include/machine which weren't installed from the CD. With the
symlinks in place there is no need for an override port. This leaves
the question open as to why the CD install doesn't put the symlinks in

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