Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2022 17:52:18 UTC
I'm working on a port that depends on a port which is flavored. If I do this: RUN_DEPENDS= foo:devel/foo That works because the lack of version spec means the LHS is a file to look for, and /usr/local/bin/foo will be installed regardless of flavor. But I need to also specify a version spec. However, if I do this: RUN_DEPENDS= foo>=1.2:devel/foo That only works if the default flavor is installed. If one of the non-default flavors is installed, the Ports System doesn't find it and tries to build the port. Similarly, pkg thinks I need to install the default flavor. The flavors aren't part of a framework like Python, so I don't have a set of variables I can use to construct a universal pkg name. How do I add a version-limited dependency on a flavored port?