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Unix Ports and more

This will become the home of all diffs for known Unix ports and also for other ports. The reason we did that is, because is't almost not possible to keep track of the different pages where people provide ports.

Structure

Every port has to be listed at the available ports section below. At a seperate page the app has to be explained (including how to patch and how to build). See explain for how such a page should look like. Every checkin or change to the wiki needs a comment. In the comment the port needs to be included like: "portxy: some comment about what was changed".

Developers


Setting up a build env

To start building unix ports we recommend to use only the rpm distribution of the tools.
See RPM wiki for more information.

Available ports

  • apr 1.4.5
  • apr 1.4.1
  • apr-util 1.4.1
  • ash
  • aspell 0.60.6.1
  • autoconf 2.13
  • autoconf 2.69
  • automake 1.14.1
  • bc 1.06
  • bdb 4.8.30
  • bind 9.8.1
  • binutils 2.25
  • bison 3.0.4
  • Boost 1.57.0
  • bzip2 1.0.6
  • cairo 1.12.0
  • check 0.9.8
  • clamav 0.97.2
  • coreutils 8.25
  • cpio 2.11
  • cups 2.1.3
  • cups-filters 1.8.2
  • curl 7.21.1
  • dash 0.5.9
  • dhcp 3.1-ESV-E3
  • diffutils 3.2.0
  • djvulibre 3.5.27
  • expat 2.1.0
  • file 5.0.4
  • findutils 4.4.2
  • flex 2.5.35
  • fontconfig 2.11.94 (special os2 version [based on fontconfig and mozfntcfg], considered obsolete now)
  • fontconfig 2.11.94
  • freetype 2.6.3
  • gawk 4.0.0
  • gettext 0.19.8.1
  • ghostscript 9.18
  • gutenprint 5.2.11
  • git 2.0.0
  • glib 2.33.12
  • gnupg 1.4.x
  • grep 2.25
  • gsoap 2.8.29
  • gzip 1.4
  • hermes 1.6, hermes is a GPL anti-spam solution (greylisting).
  • help2man 1.46.4
  • hplip 3.16.3
  • json-c 0.10, A JSON implementation in C
  • lcms2 2.7
  • libaio 2.15
  • libffi 3.0.11, provides a portable, high level programming interface to various calling conventions
  • libidl 0.8.14, a small CORBA 2.2-compliant IDL parser library from GNOME project
  • libidn 1.28
  • libjpeg 8.0.2
  • libpng 1.6.21
  • libqpdf 6.0.0
  • libspectre 0.2.8
  • libsdl 1.2.15, Simple Directmedia Layer, multiplatform audio/keyboard/mouse/video access library
  • libtiff 4.0.6
  • libtool 2.4.6
  • libtorrent 1.0.2
  • libvncserver/libvncclient 0.9.10, an implementation of Remote Frame Buffer protocol.
  • libvpx 1.4.0, and VP8/VP9 Video codec
  • lzo 2.09
  • m4 1.4.16
  • mercurial 1.6.3
  • mmap 2:0.5.1
  • mpc 1.0.1
  • ncurses version 5.7
  • nasm 2.11.8
  • neon 0.30.0
  • nspr 4.8.6
  • nss 3.12.8
  • oauth 1.0.0, OAuth library functions
  • openssh 5.9p1
  • openssl 1.0.2h
  • openvpn 2.1.3
  • pango 1.28.4
  • patch 2.6.1
  • pcre 8.12
  • perl 5.16.1
  • pkgconfig 0.29.1
  • poppler 0.42.0
  • popt 1.15
  • pthread 20140814
  • PyQt4 4.11.4, Python bindings for Qt4
  • readline 6.1
  • rsync 3.0.9
  • sed 4.2.1
  • serf 1.1.0, a high-performance asynchronous HTTP client library.
  • sip 4.18, C/C++ Bindings Generator for Python v2 and v3
  • spf2 1.2.9, libspf2 implements the Sender Policy Framework, a part of the SPF/SRS protocol pair.
  • sqlite 3.7.2, an Embeddable SQL Database Engine.
  • tar 1.2.3
  • tcl 8.5.9
  • texinfo 5.2
  • unzip 6.0
  • urpo Unlink Rename Pending Operation library.
  • which 1.0 (BSD flavor)
  • wpa_supplicant
  • xml2 2.7.7, XML toolkit from the GNOME project.
  • xslt 1.1.26, XSLT support for libxml2.
  • xz 4.999.9beta, general purporse data compression library and command line tools.
  • yum-utils 1.1.31
  • zip 3.0



Reporting Bugs

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Credits

  • Yuri Dario
  • Paul Smedley (for the old buildenv)
  • Herwig Bauernfeind
  • Silvan Scherrer
  • Dmitriy Kuminov
  • Valery V. Sedletski
  • Elbert Pol (for a lot testing)
  • netlabs.org (hosting & support)
  • all the companies and developers from where we ported


Screenshots

Last modified 2 weeks ago Last modified on Sep 12, 2016, 6:49:14 PM