Port building cookie files changed?
edwin at mavetju.org
Tue Jul 11 02:46:55 UTC 2006
On Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 01:39:20AM +0100, Shaun Amott wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 11, 2006 at 09:30:13AM +1000, Edwin Groothuis wrote:
> > In an old ports framework, the cookie files were like this:
> > .patch_done.ipv6calc-0.51._usr_local
> > In the current framework, the cookie files are like this:
> > .patch_done.ipv6calc._usr_local
> > This gives false, or bad, or broken, cookies, because when I rebuild
> > the same port with a different version number, it thinks it already
> > has done the patching (and extracting, and building etc).
> > So... who sneaked this in bsd.port.mk and why?
> According to the CVS log:
> * Use a consistent name for the cookies file when PKGNAMEPREFIX/SUFFIX
> are set after bsd.port.pre.mk.
> The patch / an explanation is in ports/94219.
So it went from PKGNAME to PORTNAME, which kind of killed the
PORTVERSION, PORTREVISION and PORTEPOCH parts of it.
These should be added again. The _COOKIES aren't used anywhere in
the pre-section, nor are they user variables. Moving them to the
post-section in the original form would have been a better solution.
IMHO of course :-)
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