Depending on other ports with OPTIONS
Paul A. Hoadley
paulh at logicsquad.net
Sat Apr 23 00:17:19 PDT 2005
On Fri, Apr 22, 2005 at 11:31:43PM -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote:
> It is a FAQ,
> The solution is to make a slave port that enables the option you
> need, depend on that, and make it conflict with the other
> non-enabled versions of the port.
Just bear with me for a few more minutes... So the approach would be
to make refdb-mysql, refdb-pgsql and refdb-sqlite, each of which
depend on the appropriate libdbi-driver, and refdb with common code?
How do I make these slaves conflict with the non-enabled versions of
libdbi-drivers---that is, how does "CONFLICTS=libdbi-drivers-0.7.1_2"
differentiate between having chosen, say, libmysql or libpgsql when it
was built? Or have I misunderstood your advice?
(BTW, I'm happy to go off and read about this somewhere, but other
I'm finding a lot of past mailing list traffic in which people
discussing 'slave ports' already know what they're doing. Can someone
suggest a port which depends on specific build options of another port
in this way which I could examine?)
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