Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2022 23:39:15 UTC
Axel Rau wrote on 2022/03/18 19:05: >> Am 17.03.2022 um 22:02 schrieb Tatsuki Makino <email@example.com>: >> I don't think a conversion is necessary for it. USES=gmake is sufficient. > > Any hints to convert install statements in makefiles? > All Makefile use the GNU Make syntax. I have already mentioned using USES=gmake for it. It activates what is written in Mk/Uses/gmake.mk in /usr/ports. GNU Make has many variables defined by default. It is better to look at the result of gmake -p. Variables that do not exist by default are defined somewhere, so make full use of grep to find them. HOME2L_INSTALL, which was frequent in the statements you listed previously, is defined by https://github.com/gkiefer/home2l/blob/master/Makefile Other missing variables are passed via MAKE_ENV and MAKE_FLAGS. Be careful not to pass too many values, since values such as PREFIX=... are passed by default by the ports infrastructure. We can usually find out what went into a variable with a command like make -V MAKE_ENV. This is about all I can write :) Regards.