Cvsup refuse confusion
chowse at charter.net
Mon Sep 22 09:57:22 PDT 2003
> Charles Howse wrote:
> >I'm trying to eliminate all the non-English ports and documentation.
> >I've deleted the relevant directories in /usr/ports and
> >But they reappear on subsequent cvsups.
> >Where have I gone wrong?
> >********* /etc/cvsupfile *********
> >*default host=cvsup11.FreeBSD.org
> >*default base=/usr
> >*default prefix=/usr
> >*default release=cvs
> >*default tag=RELENG_4_8
> >*default delete use-rel-suffix
> >*default tag=.
> >********* /usr/local/etc/cvsup/sup/ports-all/refuse *********
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> The refuse file goes in /usr/local/etc/cvsup/sup/refuse as
> mentioned in
> the handbook at
> Section A.5.3.1
> "The refuse file essentially tells *CVSup* that it should not
> take every
> single file from a collection; in other words, it tells the client to
> /refuse/ certain files from the server. The refuse file can be found
> (or, if you do not yet have one, should be placed) in /base//sup/.
> /base/ is defined in your supfile; by default, /base/ is
> /usr/local/etc/cvsup, which means that by default the refuse file is
Thanks very much.
Apologies for not checking the handbook before posting.
RE: refusing ports/INDEX
IIRC, someone directed me to do that.....??
I do a make index after every cvsup.
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