cvs commit: ports/games/vegastrike-data Makefile
pav at FreeBSD.org
Sat May 31 09:23:19 UTC 2008
Alexey Dokuchaev píše v so 31. 05. 2008 v 08:27 +0000:
> On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 11:31:51AM +0200, Pav Lucistnik wrote:
> > Alexey Dokuchaev p??e v p? 30. 05. 2008 v 09:26 +0000:
> > > On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 09:37:50PM +0000, Pav Lucistnik wrote:
> > > > pav 2008-05-29 21:37:50 UTC
> > > >
> > > > FreeBSD ports repository
> > > >
> > > > Modified files:
> > > > games/vegastrike-data Makefile
> > > > Log:
> > > > - Disallow this from pointyhat builds; we don't need to repackage 520 MB of
> > > > game data and load it on all our mirrors
> > >
> > > Why not follow the way it's done in e.g. games/nexuiz port and alike??
> > > Looks like it gives more control to user.
> > This will not affect end-users in any way. PACKAGE_BUILDING is defined
> > in and _only_ in pointyhat environment.
> > End users can still `make package' and all that. Unless I'm missing
> > something?
> Ah, OK, so if I simply want to prevent building what can be called
> "official" package (which will be put on ftp.freebsd.org and mirrors), I
> should check for PACKAGE_BUILDING and set IGNORE (or maybe NO_PACKAGE is
NO_PACKAGE means the port is built, but never packaged. So here, where
the problem is as early as fetch phase, you need IGNORE.
Generally you don't want to disallow package from pointyhat unless you
have a very very good reason.
> If there is some inherent problem with building a package
> (not just to reduce payload on our DVDs), like legal issues with the
> software, I just use NO_PACKAGE. Am I getting this right?
Porter's Handbook is very verbose on this topic -
Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
<pav at FreeBSD.org>
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killed. -- G. K. Chesterton
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