[bsdgrep] -w option matches part of words (Was: Apache 2.2 port and missing modules on current.)

Philip M. Gollucci pgollucci at p6m7g8.com
Wed Aug 11 02:14:58 UTC 2010

On 8/10/2010 5:12 PM, Gabor Kovesdan wrote:
> Em 2010.08.10. 19:45, Anonymous escreveu:
>> Seems like APACHE_MODULES is incorrectly populated.
>> $ make -V APACHE_MODULES BATCH= GREP=${LOCALBASE-/usr/local}/bin/grep
>> | fgrep cache
>> ...cache disk_cache file_cache...
>> $ make -V APACHE_MODULES BATCH= | fgrep cache
>> ...disk_cache file_cache...
>> I guess the failing line is below in bsd.apache.mk
>> ${ECHO_CMD} ${WITHOUT_MODULES} | ${GREP} -wq $${module} 2> /dev/null || \
>> It can be reduced to
>> $ echo mem_cache | grep --color -w cache
> I'm sorry for this issue, it didn't come up in the exp-run because it
> didn't make the port actually fail. I have a fix in my queue, which I
> sent to my mentor and I'll commit it soon.
Oh thank god, I thought I was going crazy trying to fix the ldap 
www/apache22 pr.

I completely forgot about grep over the weekend.

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