BTW, I attached tests results :
2012/3/26 Henri Gomez <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> But see the options use when db-5.3.15 is built. This
>> is what I use to build Berkely DB on Mac OS X (after
>> creating a build_macosx directory to build in)
>> $configure_cmd $configure_args
> Ok, I'll compare.
>> BeeCrypt was heavily used in Java long ago: dunno if still useful.
>> RPM doesn't need/use.
> So no need for me to support Java for bee crypt :)
>>> Any suggested macros for OSX ?
>> OSX has a "fat" architecture that is essentially the same as "noarch".
>> EVeryone invents new names and the diversity just confuses.
> True ;(
>> The default macros SHOULD be gud enuf on Mac OS X.
>> Anders Bjorkland's Mac OS X distro based on RPM is still likely
>> the best around.
> This one (http://www.algonet.se/~afb/rpm/) ?
>> Not sure what you ask here: you want a rpm-mac mailing list?
> Nope, I just want to see if there is other guys interested with RPM on OSX.
> Frankly, I'm borred to rebuild Brew/MacPorts stuff and I'm not alone.
> I just want to be able to set a package repository and use yum or
> zypper to get stuff downloaded and installed.
>> Or are you referring to Anders (who knows way more about RPM
>> on Mac OS X than anyone else, with many other skills ;-)
> If there is a RPM DMG available right now for Snow and Lion, with a
> stable RPM, I'll be happy to use it.
> Then we could works on building a community for RPMs production :)
>> Anders is part of the @rpm5.org project: maintains the MacPorts
>> and FreeBSD ports, "smart" guy too ;-)
> It seems to be the 'OSX/RPM guru' so willing to heard more from him :)
Received on Mon Mar 26 17:53:59 2012