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Yet another OpenBSD online ports tree

Contributed by jose on from the usable-info dept.

Tibo writes: " is yet ( another online ports tree. I started this one or 2 month ago but only had time to finish it lately (realizing that Andreas had done a really nice work). However is not yet totaly useless. There are a LOT of geek features :
  • you can browse the ports tree with a lot of yellow fishes,
  • and a lot of heavily armed yellow fishes,
  • It's far more complicated to use than "cd /usr/ports ; make search key=$port"
  • and, last but not least, there are amazing OpenBSD oriented quotes (by the way, if anyone has other suggestions, please let me know... ;-)
You might discover interesting ports though.


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  1. By Anonymous Coward () on

    You should also add links to the other OpenBSD books, including the Jarek one - there's a few of them now though. I thought it was a good read.

    1. By Tibo () dgn at nerim dotdot net on mailto:dgn at nerim dotdot net

      Yes, good idea. I'll make a "book" page, so we have somthing more or less complete about openbsd books, and not just one or 2 of them.

  2. By janus () janus at errornet dot de on

    I can't see that the page is easier than doing a search in /usr/ports because the page has no search...
    And i think the usability isn't perfect yet, but a nice page anyways.

    1. By Anonymous Coward () on

      the easier part comes when you read the post, and realize he said it was harder to use then make search

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