A new version of Tools/scripts/plist

Martin Tournoij carpetsmoker at xs4all.nl
Thu Sep 13 13:11:28 PDT 2007


On Mon 10 Sep 2007 12:09, Jeremy Messenger wrote:
> On Mon, 10 Sep 2007 03:31:08 -0500, Martin Tournoij <carpetsmoker at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> 
> >I've written a replacement for /ports/Tools/scripts/plist, the reason
> >this is a complete rewrite rather than an update is because I'm not
> >familair with ruby, and writing a new version in python was faster.
> >
> >Problems/additions in this rewrite:
> >- Automaticlly replace the default PLIST_SUB values.
> >
> >- Sensible sorting of the directory list, the current plist put
> >	directory's in ths order:
> >	share/someport/
> >	share/someport/adir/
> >	share/someport/adir/foobar
> >	Which is the reverse of what it should be.
> >
> >- There are a number of directory's which are always created but
> >	should not be added to the pkg-plist, I have no idea where these
> >	directory's come from, see the comment on line 49 of my script.
> >
> >I wrote this script for personal purposes, but why not let other
> >people benefit, maybe it can be placed in Tools/scripts? Either
> >replacing the current plist or alongside it.
> >
> >Script is attached in this email, or you can view it online if you
> >like:
> >http://www.rwxrwxrwx.net/plist.py.txt
> 
> I haven't use it, but I noticed that the mtree needs to be update to /usr/ports/Templates/BSD.local.dist and we don't 
> use BSD.x11.dist any longer. I think it's safe for you to remove that workaround. I think you should go with 'make -V 
> MTREE_FILE' instead of hardcore.
> 
> You can check auto-plist[1] that I have written to get idea/copy and improvement in your one.
> 
> [1] http://www.marcuscom.com:8080/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/portstools/auto-plist/
> 
> Cheers,
> Mezz
> 
> >Regards,
> >Martin Tournoij

Hello Mezz,

Thanks for the tip on mtree file, somehow my grepping of /ports/Mk/*
didn't find it.

Your auto-plist script seems to be more or less the same as my
script, I wasn't aware of it's existence ... Ah well, you can
never have to many scripts I suppose...

Regards,
Martin Tournoij


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