gstreamer* ports all have the same UNIQUENAME and OPTIONSFILE ??
bartsch at dssgmbh.de
Wed Jul 4 07:50:08 UTC 2012
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Am 04.07.2012 01:43, schrieb Doug Barton:
> Trying to track down a bug reported by a portmaster user I've
> noticed that all of the gstreamer* ports that I've checked so far
> all have the same UNIQUENAME, and thus, the same OPTIONSFILE.
> AFAICS gstreamer-plugins-all is the only port that sets OPTIONS, so
> in that sense it's not an issue.
> However, portmaster uses UNIQUENAME to determine the location to
> store a file with the distfile info, and the fact that it's the
> same for every port is creating a conflict. See
> http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=106483 for more
> information about the concept.
> This problem will theoretically go away if pkgng gets adopted, and
> I can fix it for portmaster by moving the distfile file into
> /var/db/pkg where I thought it should have been all along. But I
> thought I'd mention the UNIQUENAME issue in case it's something
> that y'all want to address.
Thank you for pointing this out. There are other ports with shared
UNIQUENAME, so I consider it best moving "distfiles" to /var/db/pkg.
Then there would be no more messages like "directory not empty" while
executing "make rmconfig" in a port directory and perhaps portmaster
would no longer remove stale distfiles which aren't really stale but
from different installed program versions with similar names.
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