Ports tree infrastructure
dcasey at debtresolve.com
Wed Apr 4 21:31:40 UTC 2007
I think i'm going to have to check out tinderbox. It's going to be
less of a pain to have an ongoing QA process then it is to maintain this
the way I want to. I would be happy using the freebsd provided
packages, but they are either not compiled the way I would like them.
If tinderbox doesn't workout the way that I would like, then I will
likely build my own system which will use a combo of freebsd provided
packages, and self made packages.
Matthew Seaman wrote:
> Peter Jeremy wrote:
>> On 2007-Apr-03 11:42:20 -0400, Dan Casey <dcasey at debtresolve.com> wrote:
>>> I'm not sure what to do about the INDEX files, which is
>>> what i had trouble finding documentation on.
>> Your only option here is "cd /usr/ports && make index" - which is quite
>> slow (try it and see). You can't fetch INDEX if you aren't tracking
>> the full ports tree.
> Ahem. 'make index' is not the only option.
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