Changeset 818 for trunk/www


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Timestamp:
Sep 28, 2002, 12:38:50 AM (18 years ago)
Author:
michaelm
Message:

added port search, fixed some open tags

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trunk/www
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  • trunk/www/en/faq.php

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    33//
    44// File     : faq.php
    5 // Version  : $Id: faq.php,v 1.4 2002/09/28 00:32:46 michaelm Exp $
     5// Version  : $Id: faq.php,v 1.5 2002/09/28 00:38:50 michaelm Exp $
    66// Location : /projects/darwinports/faq.php
    77//
     
    2020<p>
    2121This document attempts to answer some frequently asked questions about
    22 darwinports.
     22darwinports.</p>
    2323
    2424<p><i>Author: Jordan K Hubbard</i></p>
    25 </p>
     25
    2626
    2727<p><strong>What IS darwinports?</strong></p>
     
    3939</p>
    4040
    41 <p><strong>How is darwinports implemented?</strong>
     41<p><strong>How is darwinports implemented?</strong></p>
    4242
    4343<p> The darwinports system is almost fully written in Tcl and designed
     
    4848future-proof in the face of future design changes and the
    4949infrastructure can be versioned independently of the individual ports,
    50 meaning that as the system evolves, older things don't just break.
     50meaning that as the system evolves, older things don't just break.</p>
    5151
    52 Even though darwinports is written in Tcl, a user also does not need to
     52<p>Even though darwinports is written in Tcl, a user also does not need to
    5353know Tcl in order to use the system or even to add new ports.  Port
    5454description files, though they are actually full Tcl programs in their
     
    134134installation and basic usage instructions</p>
    135135
     136<p><strong>Whats the command to see available ports?</strong></p>
     137
     138<p>port search ".*"</p>
     139<p> port search takes a regex as an arguement so you can look for the particular
     140port(s) you are interested in.</p>
     141
    136142<p><strong>Are there any known issues or incompatibilities?</strong></p>
    137143
     
    145151<p>Recently we have heard some reports of strange behavior in the BSD layer when Norton
    146152AntVirus is running. If you are having peculiar problems which you can't identify, try
    147 switching off Norton Antivirus and see if the problems persist</p>
     153switching off Norton Antivirus and see if the problems persists. </p>
    148154
    149155</td></tr>
  • trunk/www/faq.php

    r817 r818  
    33//
    44// File     : faq.php
    5 // Version  : $Id: faq.php,v 1.4 2002/09/28 00:32:46 michaelm Exp $
     5// Version  : $Id: faq.php,v 1.5 2002/09/28 00:38:50 michaelm Exp $
    66// Location : /projects/darwinports/faq.php
    77//
     
    2020<p>
    2121This document attempts to answer some frequently asked questions about
    22 darwinports.
     22darwinports.</p>
    2323
    2424<p><i>Author: Jordan K Hubbard</i></p>
    25 </p>
     25
    2626
    2727<p><strong>What IS darwinports?</strong></p>
     
    3939</p>
    4040
    41 <p><strong>How is darwinports implemented?</strong>
     41<p><strong>How is darwinports implemented?</strong></p>
    4242
    4343<p> The darwinports system is almost fully written in Tcl and designed
     
    4848future-proof in the face of future design changes and the
    4949infrastructure can be versioned independently of the individual ports,
    50 meaning that as the system evolves, older things don't just break.
     50meaning that as the system evolves, older things don't just break.</p>
    5151
    52 Even though darwinports is written in Tcl, a user also does not need to
     52<p>Even though darwinports is written in Tcl, a user also does not need to
    5353know Tcl in order to use the system or even to add new ports.  Port
    5454description files, though they are actually full Tcl programs in their
     
    134134installation and basic usage instructions</p>
    135135
     136<p><strong>Whats the command to see available ports?</strong></p>
     137
     138<p>port search ".*"</p>
     139<p> port search takes a regex as an arguement so you can look for the particular
     140port(s) you are interested in.</p>
     141
    136142<p><strong>Are there any known issues or incompatibilities?</strong></p>
    137143
     
    145151<p>Recently we have heard some reports of strange behavior in the BSD layer when Norton
    146152AntVirus is running. If you are having peculiar problems which you can't identify, try
    147 switching off Norton Antivirus and see if the problems persist</p>
     153switching off Norton Antivirus and see if the problems persists. </p>
    148154
    149155</td></tr>
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