paul at freebsd-services.com
Thu Sep 18 03:28:17 PDT 2003
On Thu, 2003-09-18 at 11:25, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Sep 2003 16:27:03 +0100
> Paul Richards <paul at freebsd-services.com> wrote:
> > > However, I suspect that a marginally better place to use these would be
> > > in the "make distribute" target that "make release" uses. This way, the
> > > files are already separated out into directory structures, and it may be
> > > easier to build complex pkg-plist's with find(1). ALSO, it may be easier
> > > to make more fine-grained packages (DISTRIBUTION=foo) with this.
> > I looked into this originally so that I could use the standard BSD make
> > includes for a project in work but I needed some way to have "install"
> > wrappered so that any files installed by my project were registered in a
> > package. Therefore, I wouldn't want it restricted to just FreeBSD
> > release scripts since I want to be able to use it outside of the FreeBSD
> > tree.
> We have programs in the ports tree which use our bsd.*.mk
> infrastructure. Will there be a problem if such a program gets installed
> from ports (will it try to register itself 2 times)?
I don't know, have you got an example port I can look at?
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