Changeset 31485 for trunk/www


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Timestamp:
Nov 25, 2007, 3:36:14 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
jmpp@…
Message:
  • Provide a quick cue to MacPorts usage & tips;
  • Be clear that we support mainly the current Mac OS X release and the one immediately behind, and provide a dmg for Panther only as a legacy platform;
Location:
trunk/www
Files:
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  • trunk/www/index.php

    r31430 r31485  
    1717    Mac OS X</a> operating system. To that end we provide the command-line driven MacPorts software package under a <a
    1818    href="http://opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php">BSD License</a>, and through it easy access to thousands of ports
    19     that <a href="<?php print $guide_url . '#introduction'; ?>"> greatly simplify</a> the task of compiling and installing
    20     open-source software on your Mac.</p>
     19    that <a href="<?php print $guide_url . '#introduction'; ?>"> greatly simplify</a> the task of <a href="<?php print $guide_url
     20    . '#using'; ?>">compiling and installing</a> open-source software on your Mac.</p>
    2121   
    2222    <p>We provide a single software tree that attempts to track the latest release of every software title (port) we distribute,
    23     without splitting them into &ldquo;stable&rdquo; Vs. &ldquo;unstable&rdquo; branches. There are currently <a href="ports.php">
    24     <b><?php print ports_count(); ?></b> ports</a> in it, distributed among <?php print categories_count(); ?> different categories,
    25     and more are being added on a regular basis.</p>
     23    without splitting them into &ldquo;stable&rdquo; Vs. &ldquo;unstable&rdquo; branches, targetting mainly the current Mac OS
     24    X release (10.5, A.K.A Leopard) and the immediately previous one (10.4, A.K.A. Tiger). There are currently <a href="ports.php">
     25    <b><?php print ports_count(); ?></b> ports</a> in our tree, distributed among <?php print categories_count(); ?> different
     26    categories, and more are being added on a regular basis.</p>
    2627   
    2728   
  • trunk/www/install.php

    r31480 r31485  
    2020        <li>&ldquo;dmg&rdquo; disk images for <a href="<?php print $leopard_dmg; ?>">Leopard (Universal)</a>, <a
    2121        href="<?php print $tiger_dmg; ?>">Tiger (Universal)</a> and <a href="<?php print $panther_dmg; ?>">Panther (PowerPC)
    22         </a>, containing pkg installers for use with the Mac OS X Installer. By far the simplest installation procedure that
    23         most users should <a href="#pkg">follow</a> after meeting the requirements listed <a href="#requirements">below</a>.</li>
     22        </a> as a legacy platform, containing pkg installers for use with the Mac OS X Installer. By far the simplest installation
     23        procedure that most users should <a href="#pkg">follow</a> after meeting the requirements listed <a href="#requirements">
     24        below</a>.</li>
    2425        <li>In <a href="#source">source form</a> as either a <a href="<?php print $bz2_tarball ?>">tar.bz2</a> package or a
    2526        <a href="<?php print $gz_tarball; ?>">tar.gz</a> one for manual compilation, if you intend to customize your installation
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