The lang/php4 port... [was Re: General Ports question...]
brooks at one-eyed-alien.net
Tue Oct 5 17:33:58 PDT 2004
On Tue, Oct 05, 2004 at 08:29:15PM -0400, Glenn Sieb wrote:
> Glenn Sieb said the following on 10/5/2004 7:21 PM:
> >Just a suggestion: It would be *really* nice to have a file in a port
> >directory that has all the options you can set on the make line (or in
> >pkgtools.conf) ... yes I know you can grep through Makefile--but it
> >would still be nice to have a file with all of the options and what
> >they mean... :)
> >*going back to fixing the php4 install again*
> Ok. I'm getting frustrated.
> In pkgtools.conf I have:
> 'lang/php4' => 'WITH_APACHE=YES WITH_FASTCGI=YES WITH_REDIRECT=YES',
> 'lang/php4-extensions' => 'BATCH=YES WITH_GD=YES WITH_ZLIB=YES
> 2=YES WITH_MCRYPT=YES WITH_MHASH=YES WITH_PDFLIB=YES WITH_MYSQL=YES
> SQL=YES WITH_XML=YES WITH_XMLRPC=YES WITH_XSLT=YES WITH_WDDX=YES
> WITH_FTP=YES WITH_CURL=YES WITH_GETTEXT=YES WITH_ICONV=YES
> WITH_PSPELL=YES WITH
> _MIME=YES WITH_MBSTRING=YES WITH_BCMATH=YES WITH_HYPERWAVE=YES
> WITH_MING=YES WIT
> H_MCAL=YES WITH_SOCKETS=YES WITH_ZIP=YES WITH_DOMXSLT=YES WITH_CTYPE=YES
> MXML=YES WITH_CALENDAR=YES WITH_SESSION=YES WITH_PCRE=YES WITH_POSIX=YES
> I have used portinstall to install lang/php4-extensions. It appeared to
> do the right thing, given those options above.
> I then used portupgrade to upgrade lang/php4.
> See all those options I installed with php4-extensions? Well they don't
> get picked up by lang/php4--even though php4-extensions is installed.
> What am I doing wrong? I'm gathering it's just something little and
> stupid I'm missing. But, until then...*Beats Head Against Wall*
php4-extensions exists purly as a lazy way to do an initial selection of
php extenstions. After the first install you just update the individual
ports directly. The best thing to do with the php#-extensions ports is
forget they exist.
Any statement of the form "X is the one, true Y" is FALSE.
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