norgaard at locolomo.org
Sun Feb 13 20:44:02 GMT 2005
Paul Schmehl wrote:
>> Till then, you'll have to look in the Makefile, there are typically a
>> lot of WITH_ or WITHOUT_ options. When posible, I recommend installing
>> with default options and configure those options manually, otherwise,
>> remember to save your custom options somewhere. It makes upgrade easier.
> I can't believe you said this and got away with it. You can save your
> make options in /etc/make.conf and never have to mess with them again,
> unless you decide to change your install for some reason. See the
> following posts, for example...
Sorry did I get away with it? all those posts are before I subscribed -
sorry again, should I check the archive before answering?
Taking an arbitrary post, it appears that make.conf is not always the
best place since this sets options globally. But thanks, I have now
learned how to get my ports compiled with support for a4 paper and _not_
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