force portupgrade to build port even with -P ?
girgen at pingpong.net
Wed Oct 8 06:23:16 PDT 2003
Well, what I really want is to use pre-built packages for most ports (my
CPUs are a bit tired), but for a few I need extra arguments, so I want to
force portupgrade to always use the port, never use a pre-built package,
for these ports.
--On onsdag, oktober 08, 2003 15.19.43 +0200 Ernst de Haan
<ernst.dehaan at nl.wanadoo.com> wrote:
> What about adding these properties you want to set to /etc/make.conf?
> For example, you could add:
> On woensdag 8 oktober 2003 14:52, Palle Girgensohn wrote:
>> I use portupgrade an I love it. Thanks a lot!
>> A question: I usually do portupgrade -PR to upgrade stuff, and the
>> packages are fetched from bento or som ftp server. But, for some
>> packages, I have to use the port, because I have extra options set in
>> MAKE_ARGS, like 'print/*' => 'A4=yes -DA4 PAPERSIZE=a4' for example. If I
>> update som port with -PR, and this port depends on ghostscript, for
>> example, ghostscript will be installed from a package, naturally built
>> without these MAKE_ARGS. My dream would be a setting in pkgtools.conf
>> where I set something like
>> `ALWAYS_USE_PORT' for certain ports that shall never use a package built
>> off-site. Can this be done?
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