submitting changes to a port

Willem Jan Withagen wjw at withagen.nl
Sat Sep 11 06:42:04 PDT 2004


Mark Linimon wrote:

>On Sat, 11 Sep 2004, Willem Jan Withagen wrote:
>
>  
>
>>Walter Venable wrote:
>>
>>    
>>
>>>There are also wonderful tools just for port submitters.  Check out 
>>>the "porttools" port.
>>>      
>>>
>>I've looked at it, and though it makes some things clear.
>>It does not get me where I want to go:
>>    a new (second) submission of  a PR with patchfiles.
>>    
>>
>
>The preferred way to deal with this (IMHO) is to instead send a followup
>to the original PR with the new sharfile.  Alternatively, just mention
>in the second PR's Synopsis that it obsoletes the first one (e.g.
>'supercedes ports/77777').  That way myself or one of the other ports
>committers will know to close that one.
>  
>
I think I prefer this one.
Just about all files are changed, some patchfiles are deleted.......

When I want to delete files from the source after extract (or patch) 
what options do I have?
I was thinking:
    post-extract:
                @rm -f ${WRKDIR}/blah/blah/blah

--WjW



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