portupgrade fails with quoted options
sem at FreeBSD.org
Wed Sep 3 20:16:36 UTC 2008
Naram Qashat wrote:
> Sergey Matveychuk wrote:
>> Naram Qashat wrote:
>>> Sergey Matveychuk wrote:
>>>> Naram Qashat wrote:
>>>>>>> Notice how WITH_MODULES has quotes around it and then escaped
>>>>>>> quotes inside it? It shouldn't be doing things like that. I
>>>>>>> don't know ruby (I only made that above script from looking at
>>>>>>> some parts of portupgrade, but I have almost no understanding of
>>>>>>> ruby), so I can't give a fix for this.
>>>> Try the patch please. (cd /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8; patch <
>>>> Does it fix the problem for you?
>>> It seems like it got a little farther, but it still bombed. I'm not
>>> sure if the new problems is a problems in portupgrade's ruby scripts
>>> or if it's something in the Makefiles themselves:
>>> ---> Reinstalling 'apache-2.2.9_3' (www/apache22)
>>> ---> Building '/usr/ports/www/apache22' with make flags: BATCH=yes
>>> WITH_OPENSSL_PORT=yes WITH_OPENSSL=yes WITHOUT_GNOME=esound
>>> WITHOUT_CUPS=yes WITH_BDB_VER=46 WITH_MYSQL_VER=50
>>> WITH_OPTIMIZED_CFLAGS=yes WITHOUT_APACHE_OPTIONS=yes
>>> WITH_PCRE_FROM_PORTS=yes WITH_MYSQL=yes WITH_BDB=yes WITH_SUEXEC=yes
>>> SUEXEC_LOGFILE=/var/log/www/httpd-suexec.log WITH_MODULES="actions
>>> alias auth_basic auth_digest authn_dbd authn_default authz_default
>>> authz_host authz_user autoindex cgi dav dav_fs dav_lock dbd deflate
>>> dir echo env expires filter headers ident imagemap include info
>>> log_config log_forensic logio mime mime_magic negotiation rewrite
>>> setenvif status suexec unique_id userdir version vhost_alias"
>>> "/usr/ports/Mk/bsd.apache.mk", line 261: Need an operator
>>> ** Listing the failed packages (-:ignored / *:skipped / !:failed)
>>> ! www/apache22 (apache-2.2.9_3) (clean error)
>>> But that does seem to be a step in a right direction.
>>> Naram Qashat
>> Quotas still there!
>> Can you open file /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/pkgmisc.rb and add
>> after line 96: arg.gsub(/([$\\\`])/, "\\\\\\1") the line:
>> arg.gsub(/\"/, "")
>> It should fix the error.
>> Looks like it's a long standing bug from a knu@ era :)
>> If it's OK for you, I'll add the patch to a portupgrade port.
> That doesn't fix it. I would suspect it would make it worse because it
> would treat all the options after the first one in WITH_MODULES as if
> they were passed to make directly instead of via a knob. It still gives
Are you complete sure in it? My tests shows the knob passed as one
argument in command line.
> the same error from bsd.apache.mk though.
OK. So I need more free time to check it.
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