New /bin/sh based script to manage ports
mezz7 at cox.net
Sat Jan 7 09:51:04 PST 2006
On Sat, 07 Jan 2006 03:50:41 -0600, KOMATSU Shinichiro
<koma2 at lovepeers.org> wrote:
> Stijn Hoop wrote:
>> On Sat, Jan 07, 2006 at 12:45:01AM -0800, Doug Barton wrote:
>>> However, the other two present a chicken and
>>> egg problem if I choose to use 'make -V' to get the values of these
>>> variables (where do I cd to?).
>> Why do you need to cd?
>> [stijn at tangaloor] </tmp> ls Makefile
>> ls: Makefile: No such file or directory
>> [stijn at tangaloor] </tmp> make -V PORTSDIR
# make -V PORTSDIR
It doesn't work here. I am not sure why I would get empty unless I have
Makefile or go in one of port directory.
> PORTSDIR is set in bsd.port.mk, which is not included
> if you do not explicitly include it by ".include <bsd.port.mk>".
> Don't you set it in /etc/make.conf or environment variable?
> Recently I thought the same problem, and
> the best solution I came up with till now is
> running the following command:
> % echo '.include <bsd.port.mk>' | make -f - -V PORTSDIR
Ah, that's a nice trick. Works great! Now I can add this in auto-plist.
# echo '.include <bsd.port.mk>' | make -f - -V PORTSDIR
> I will add this into portupgrade in later release
> (after solving the MOVED problem...).
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