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kris at obsecurity.org
Tue Sep 30 13:17:52 PDT 2003
On Tue, Sep 30, 2003 at 03:21:12PM -0400, Charles Swiger wrote:
> On Monday, September 29, 2003, at 11:53 PM, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> >>>Did someone add a port called 'clean' or something?
> >>*looking suspiciously at edwin*
> >Good look :-).
> >[ 16:23 edwin ] Original commit
> >clean 3.2 sysutils
> > New port: sysutils/clean; automatically remove unwanted files
> > New port: clean searches through the filesystem for
> > files" left behind by editors and the like which can be
> > deleted. The pattern of regular expressions is
> > via a ~/.cleanrc.
> > PR: ports/52881
> > Submitted by: Chuck Swiger <chuck at pkix.net>
> /usr/ports/devel/patch doesn't seem to conflict with the existence of a
> "make patch" target; I don't believe that the ports system should
> forbid a port named "clean", or "install", if /usr/bin/install was a
> port rather than part of the base system.
The reason is that the patch target is not used by bsd.port.subdir.mk,
but the others are, and that file also defines targets for each entry
in SUBDIR. Both of these features are in use by the ports collection,
so neither can simply be removed.
> Should the port be renamed?
It looks like that's the only way to handle it.
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