[courier-users] Re: FreeBSD-port Courier forbidden

Yarema yds at CoolRat.org
Fri Apr 2 10:39:00 PST 2004

I just submitted an update to the FreeBSD port of courier bumping it to 

I patched around the 'strip' bug by removing 'sharedindexsplit 
sharedindexinstall' from ${WRKSRC}/courier/Makefile.in on line 250 and 
installing them using the ${INSTALL_SCRIPT} macro instead of 
${INSTALL_STRIP_PROGRAM} in the port's Makefile.  One is a perl script the 
other a bourne shell script, clearly they should not be getting installed 

For good measure I ran all the configure scripts through the following:

sed -i.bak -e 's:"\${SHELL} \$(install_sh) -c 
	${WRKSRC}/configure \
	${WRKSRC}/*/configure \
	${WRKSRC}/*/*/configure \

The ${BSD_INSTALL_PROGRAM} macro honors the ${STRIP} variable.  So that one 
could install everything unstripped by running:

make STRIP="" install

It probably makes no difference, but I prefer using BSD install rather than 
install.sh to do the dirty work.

That's all for now.  Those brave enough to apply my patch from 
ports/PR65093 before it's committed -- enjoy!  Let me know if I screwed 
anything up.


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