I successfully installed plan9 through bsd ports but I have no idea how to open it on my system. I would appreciate some guidance in this regard.
9. For example, to run acme, you would do:
Thank you. I have had success with your recommendations! I am thrilled. I will definately check out your new port and follow keenly this topic. It was Freud who once said that an innovation is not necessarily an advance, and so there is much to be gained from the older software.I have submitted ~8 ports and updates over the weekend, this one is the only one that has not yet peaked interest from the @freebsd.org committers. I suppose such ancient X11 software isn't top of their priority list haha.
Sure. Yeah it is still not yet in the repo. We have to do this manually. Something like the following should do it:I could not find Wily. I did the following search: make search name=wiley. I then tried to apply the patch but was doing it incorrectly. Can you help me with applying it.
# git clone --depth 1 https://git.FreeBSD.org/ports.git /usr/ports # cd /usr/ports # fetch -owily.diff https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/attachment.cgi?id=225432 # git apply wily.diff # cd editors/wily # make install
g -r 'main('to get a list of lines with
main(in all source files (.c, .cc, .go etc.). You can right click on any line to open the file in a new window with the cursor on the right line.
#!/bin/sh if ! 9p ls font >&/dev/null then (fontsrv&) (plumber&) fi
Did you file an issue?Keep in mind there is a slight use-after-free bug in rio. I have actually submitted a patch earlier today. Annoyingly their CI server is down so I don't know how long it will take for them to accept it. I am tempted to add the patch to the plan9port FreeBSD port (and maybe take up maintainership).
A pull request (with description):Did you file an issue?