docs/82705: [PATCH] porters handbook - 4.6 patching - add note for context l
pav at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jul 15 07:35:23 UTC 2005
Woody Carey píše v čt 14. 07. 2005 v 22:10 -0700:
> Key words: "if you generate your patch from WRKDIR". To do this is not
> explicitly stated
> in the porters handbook. Maybe add it?
Section 4.4 Patching have this sentence:
All patches should be relative to WRKSRC (generally the directory your
port's tarball unpacks itself into, that being where the build is done).
That's exactly what I had on mind. Maybe I'll change "should" to "must".
> Slow Porting:
> Write your port makefile in stages:
> 1) write it to 'make fetch' the tarball
> 2) write the part that does the 'extract'
> 3) Now hack on it in WRKDIR and generate your diffs from their, so that your
> patches will apply cleanly. Write your 'patch' target. (or do-patch or
> $PATCH or whatever)
> 4) Now add your 'configure', 'build' and 'install' stages incrementally.
That's how every sane people do it, yes. But we're not writing How-To,
but a comprehensive Handbook which documents all possible aspect of
ports infrastructure. So this does not fit much in now.
Pav Lucistnik <pav at oook.cz>
<pav at FreeBSD.org>
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