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Claudio Luck 11 months ago
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@ -27,6 +27,9 @@ all: ../$(SLUG).tar.gz
gzip -9 ../$(SLUG).tar
$(CHECK_CLEAN)
upload: ../$(SLUG).tar.gz
scp "$^" software:"/var/www/html/$(SLUG).tar.gz"
clean:
rm -rf ../ports
rm -f ../$(SLUG).tar ../$(SLUG).tar.gz PortIndex PortIndex.quick

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@ -25,25 +25,26 @@ using three slashes (file:///) for absolute paths:
### Installation
sudo port install pep-adapter-enigmail
sudo port install pep-adapter-thunderbird
### Usage
After installation, the pEp JSON Server should be available:
- /opt/local/bin/pep-json-server
- /opt/local/pEp/bin/pEp-mini-json-adapter
If you have `/opt/local/bin` in your PATH, then Enigmail will find it and it will override the internal server provided in the *pepmda* bundle. You may need to kill the previously started server.
The binary is installed under /opt/local/bin (i.e. ${prefix}/bin), which is usually NOT on PATH, thus the mini adapter
lookup sequence will NOT find this binary by default.
To run the JSON server in a terminal and observe the debug output, start it as follows:
/opt/local/bin/pep-json-server -l stderr -d1
/opt/local/pEp/bin/pEp-mini-json-adapter -l stderr -d1
### Uninstall
Uninstall the JSON server and its dependencies using MacPorts:
sudo port uninstall pep-adapter-enigmail libpep-engine-enigmail libpep-etpan py-yml2
sudo port uninstall pep-adapter-thunderbird libpep-adapter libpep-adapter-webserver libpep-engine-thunderbird libpep-etpan py-yml2
And finally you may want to remove the repository URL from `${prefix}/etc/macports/sources.conf`.
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### Support
No public support for this MacPorts is offered, yet.
General support [for Enigmail](http://enigmail.net) is available.

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