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- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: NEW: devel/cdecl
- From: Moritz Grimm <mlist_(_at_)_scapa_(_dot_)_dnsalias_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Tue, 05 Apr 2005 15:08:59 +0200
a recent off-topic thread on misc@ reminded me that I already made a
Cdecl and c++decl are tools to translate C and C++ declarations to plain
English and vice versa.
I managed to get rid of all but one warning (my investigation within
readline headers suggests that it's okay the way it is, but getting rid
of that one as well would be nice -- I just don't know how to do it) and
revised my old Makefile and cdecl.c patches (mostly wrt include files)
to be more like the one from the FreeBSD port, so some credit is due here.
Cdecl is "strongly believed" to be in the public domain, and many other
projects seem to agree ... but the situation is unclear.
I have put myself as the maintainer in this port, although I'd rather
not be. I don't really need cdecl very often anymore ( ;) ), and I don't
want to keep track of good or bad changes some random person does to it
in one of the many possible places ... besides, I don't think it
requires to have a dedicated maintainer.
I wouldn't have a problem with my name sitting in there, but it's
probably more appropriate to remove the MAINTAINER line before
Comments of all kinds and testing would be highly appreciated,