ports-mgmt/portconf , ports-mgmt/portmaster and make args
000.fbsd at quip.cz
Sat Jan 1 12:51:30 UTC 2011
Doug Barton wrote:
> On 12/31/2010 01:10, marco wrote:
>> Here is what i'd like to achieve:
>> use portmaster with the -P option (using PM_PACKAGES=first in
>> /usr/local/etc/portmaster.rc) to have a package installed if
>> available,_but_ when a port matches a port I've defined in
>> /usr/local/etc/ports.conf to use certain make args then_don't_
>> install the package but actually build the port.
>> Is that achievable using the portmaster and portconf ports?
> In a word, no, which makes using the option in portmaster.rc less
> desirable of course.
> If someone can come up with a programmatic way of determining if such
> settings exist in ports.conf I'd be willing to consider adding the
> support, but given the wide variety of syntax that is supported I think
> such a thing would be difficult.
If I understand OP well, isn't it possible to use something like this as
a starting point?
# grep '^[[:alnum:]]' /usr/local/etc/ports.conf | cut -d: -f 1
Then you can use this list of ports as glob patterns for "exclusion" of
binary packages (use ports instead)
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