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Posted 5 months ago
The MacPorts Project is pleased to announce the release of version 2.4.2. This is a bugfix release with small changes only. See the ChangeLog for the list of changes. If you already have MacPorts installed, the preferred method for updating is to ... [More] run: sudo port selfupdate For new installs, package installers are available for the most current macOS 10.13 High Sierra and all older releases back to OS X 10.4 Tiger. The source is also available as tarballs compressed with gzip or bzip2, or from the git tag. Detached PGP signatures for the disk images and package installers have been made by Joshua Root, while the git tag and source tarballs have been signed by Rainer Müller. Both public keys are available on the keyservers and our MacPorts wiki pages, the fingerprints being: 0x01FF673FB4AAE6CD: C403 7936 5723 6DCF 2E58 0C02 01FF 673F B4AA E6CD 0x670191C05C5C6749: 7500 E6A3 6FA5 83B4 071B B540 6701 91C0 5C5C 6749 The MacPorts Port Managers [Less]
Posted 12 months ago
The MacPorts Project is pleased to announce the release of version 2.4.1. This is a bugfix release with small changes only. See the ChangeLog for the list of changes. If you already have MacPorts installed, the preferred method for updating is to ... [More] run: sudo port selfupdate For new installs, there are also package installers available for 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6 and 10.5 (10.6 is universal i386/x86_64; 10.5 is i386/ppc, the rest are x86_64). The source is also available as tarballs compressed with gzip or bzip2, or from the git tag. Detached PGP signatures for the disk images, packages and source tarballs have been made by Joshua Root, whose public key is available on the keyservers and the MacPorts wiki, the fingerprint being: 0x01FF673FB4AAE6CD: C403 7936 5723 6DCF 2E58 0C02 01FF 673F B4AA E6CD The MacPorts Port Managers [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago
The MacPorts Project is happy to announce that the 2.4.0 version has now been released. It is available via the usual methods: selfupdate if you already have MacPorts installed package installers for 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6 and ... [More] 10.5 (universal i386/ppc for 10.5, i386/x86_64 for 10.6, and the rest x86_64) source tarballs, both .tar.bz2 and .tar.gz git tag The list of what’s new in 2.4.0 can be found in the ChangeLog. A big thanks to the developers for their hard work with all of the various features and bug fixes in 2.4.0, and to all those who helped out by reporting bugs or testing. Detached PGP signatures for the pkg/dmgs and source tarballs have been made by Joshua Root, whose public key is available on the keyservers and the MacPorts wiki. Key ID: 0x01FF673FB4AAE6CD Fingerprint: C403 7936 5723 6DCF 2E58 0C02 01FF 673F B4AA E6CD The MacPorts Port Managers [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago
The MacPorts Project is happy to announce that the 2.4.0 version has now been released. It is available via the usual methods: selfupdate if you already have MacPorts installed package installers for 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6 ... [More] and 10.5 (universal i386/ppc for 10.5, i386/x86_64 for 10.6, and the rest x86_64) source tarballs, both .tar.bz2 and .tar.gz git tag The list of what’s new in 2.4.0 can be found in the ChangeLog. A big thanks to the developers for their hard work with all of the various features and bug fixes in 2.4.0, and to all those who helped out by reporting bugs or testing. Detached PGP signatures for the pkg/dmgs and source tarballs have been made by Joshua Root, whose public key is available on the keyservers and the MacPorts wiki. Key ID: 0x01FF673FB4AAE6CD Fingerprint: C403 7936 5723 6DCF 2E58 0C02 01FF 673F B4AA E6CD The MacPorts Port Managers [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago
Source code and pkgs for MacPorts 2.4.0-rc1 are now available. Testing of either of these install methods is helpful. Be prepared to encounter bugs. As always, having a recent backup would be wise. Please report any bugs that you find (after first ... [More] searching Trac, of course!) If no show-stopping bugs are found in the next few days, this will become the 2.4.0 release. There are a large number of changes in this release. See the ChangeLog for a list of most of the major ones. You may like to focus your testing on the new features in that list, as well as your normal usage. Changes since beta1 are: Fixed variants requested on the command line or in variants.conf not being properly passed down to dependencies when +universal is added by arch checking. (#53322, jmr in 4972592) Fixed a few more issues with pkg filenames. (jmr in e0c7f1c, 75584d8) [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago
Source code and pkgs for MacPorts 2.4.0-rc1 are now available. Testing of either of these install methods is helpful. Be prepared to encounter bugs. As always, having a recent backup would be wise. Please report any bugs that you find (after first ... [More] searching Trac, of course!) If no show-stopping bugs are found in the next few days, this will become the 2.4.0 release. There are a large number of changes in this release. See the ChangeLog for a list of most of the major ones. You may like to focus your testing on the new features in that list, as well as your normal usage. Changes since beta1 are: Fixed variants requested on the command line or in variants.conf not being properly passed down to dependencies when +universal is added by arch checking. (#53322, jmr in 4972592) Fixed a few more issues with pkg filenames. (jmr in e0c7f1c, 75584d8) [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago
Source code and pkgs for MacPorts 2.4.0-beta1 are now available. Testing of either of these install methods is helpful. Be prepared to encounter bugs. As always, having a recent backup would be wise. Please report any bugs that you find (after first ... [More] searching Trac, of course!) There are a large number of changes in this release. See the ChangeLog for a list of most of the major ones. You may like to focus your testing on the new features in that list, as well as your normal usage. [Less]
Posted about 1 year ago
Source code and pkgs for MacPorts 2.4.0-beta1 are now available. Testing of either of these install methods is helpful. Be prepared to encounter bugs. As always, having a recent backup would be wise. Please report any bugs that you find (after first ... [More] searching Trac, of course!) There are a large number of changes in this release. See the ChangeLog for a list of most of the major ones. You may like to focus your testing on the new features in that list, as well as your normal usage. [Less]
Posted over 1 year ago
The MacPorts Project is pleased to announce the release of version 2.3.5. This is a bugfix release with small changes only, but the first we cut from our new home at GitHub. See the ChangeLog for the list of changes. If you already have MacPorts ... [More] installed, the preferred method for updating is to run: sudo port selfupdate For new installs, there are also package installers available for 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6, and 10.5 on our website. These installers and the source tarballs are also available from the corresponding v2.3.5 tag on GitHub. Detached PGP signatures for the disk images and package installers have been made by Joshua Root and the source tarballs have been signed by Rainer Müller. Both public keys are available on the keyservers and our MacPorts wiki pages (jmr, raimue), the fingerprints being: 0x01FF673FB4AAE6CD: C403 7936 5723 6DCF 2E58 0C02 01FF 673F B4AA E6CD 0x670191C05C5C6749: 7500 E6A3 6FA5 83B4 071B B540 6701 91C0 5C5C 6749 The MacPorts Port Managers [Less]
Posted over 1 year ago
The MacPorts Project is pleased to announce the release of version 2.3.5. This is a bugfix release with small changes only, but the first we cut from our new home at GitHub. See the ChangeLog for the list of changes. If you already have MacPorts ... [More] installed, the preferred method for updating is to run: sudo port selfupdate For new installs, there are also package installers available for 10.12, 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7, 10.6, and 10.5 on our website. These installers and the source tarballs are also available from the corresponding v2.3.5 tag on GitHub. Detached PGP signatures for the disk images and package installers have been made by Joshua Root and the source tarballs have been signed by Rainer Müller. Both public keys are available on the keyservers and our MacPorts wiki pages (jmr, raimue), the fingerprints being: 0x01FF673FB4AAE6CD: C403 7936 5723 6DCF 2E58 0C02 01FF 673F B4AA E6CD 0x670191C05C5C6749: 7500 E6A3 6FA5 83B4 071B B540 6701 91C0 5C5C 6749 The MacPorts Port Managers [Less]