Why dports?


DragonFly has generally shifted over to dports for 3rd-party software management, away from pkgsrc.  Because of that, I haven’t been building binary packages of the quarterly pkgsrc releases.  Pierre Abbat asked why on users@, and here’s my explanation of the change.

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  1. ggl says:

    Dports is so much better. Newer versions, larger selection of packages, binary installs wjth pkgng.

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