In the new rsycn, the ebuild for asterisk-perl do not exist, this component is
basic for asterisk.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.- emerge -vp asterisk-perl
emerge: there are no ebuilds to satisfy "asterisk-perl".
emerge -vp asterisk-perl
These are the packages that I would merge, in order:
Calculating dependencies ...done!
[ebuild R ] dev-perl/asterisk-perl-0.08 0 kB
Removed due to licensing issues.
*** Bug 132640 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Created attachment 98351 [details]
ebuild for asterisk-perl-0.09
asterisk-perl-0.09 now includes the perl "Artistic License"
Can somebody add this ebuild back into portage please?
*** Bug 153530 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Created attachment 100870 [details]
slightly different ebuild for asterisk-perl-0.09
The built_with_use condition must be re-adapted to the latest perl ebuild.
I'm suggesting another ebuild but I'm sure someone can do better.
asterisk-perl-0.10 is out.
Only requires renaming the ebuild.
Vieri, if you are still interested in this package, think about add it to the sunrise overlay . Otherwise, I can proxy you to the voip overlay.
Anyway, it's not a voip bug, so re-assigning it to maintainer-wanted.
Whilst I would like to action this (better late than never), the homepage for Asterisk-PERL on http://asterisk.gnuinter.net/ is not loading at all. The underlying domain name of mrplow.gnuinternet.com has expired and is pending deletion.
I do apologise, but without a new homepage location it does not look like this is going to go anywhere. As such, I am closing this bug now. Please do reopen it if you have a new upstream location to report.
asterisk-perl-1.03.tar.gz is available in CPAN at:
The associated readme still points at http://asterisk.gnuinter.net, but you can always use http://search.cpan.org/~jamesgol/ as the HOMEPAGE.
That is still full of the same dead links I pointed out earlier. No, I will not add abandoned software to the portage tree.
If you call that abandoned then you are not reading what I posted.
and be done with it.
It will always be up to date.
I read it, followed the link, saw the very same dead upstream domain advertised for author contact & homepage, and decided it was no improvement. Abandoned software will not be packaged.