ports include /etc/src.conf? i.e. graphics/libfpx
jmg at funkthat.com
Fri Feb 15 22:40:17 UTC 2013
Peter Pentchev wrote this message on Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 16:34 +0200:
> There are some people - and some of them are well-respected long-term
> Free-and-other-BSD developers - who are of the opinion that the
> /usr/share/mk/bsd.*.mk infrastructure is meant for the base system build
> only. I do indeed understand this point of view - and from this point
> of view, the port's Makefile.bsd is buggy because it allegedly abuses
> internal parts of the base system.
They are documented for use by everyone in the system...
mk/ templates for make; see make(1)
Specify a directory in which to search for the system makefile
and makefiles included via the <...> style. Multiple -m options
can be specified to form a search path. This path will override
the default system include path, /usr/share/mk. The system
include path will always be appended to the search path used for
"..."-style inclusions and makefile searches (see the -I option).
/usr/share/mk default system makefile directory
make should not include the directory by default if it isn't designed for
use by people that use make...
If it /usr/share/mk is only for the default system, we need to fix make
to not include it by default, and make /usr/src/Makefile and friends do
the properly thing... Until then, /usr/share/mk is for use by projects
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