pkg-plist, +CONTENTS, make package, and the ports cluster
jon.passki at hursk.com
Mon Jan 29 02:13:05 UTC 2007
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On Jan 28, 2007, at 20:08 , Jon Passki wrote:
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> On Jan 28, 2007, at 19:24 , Kris Kennaway wrote:
>> On Sun, Jan 28, 2007 at 07:21:03PM -0600, Jon Passki wrote:
>>>> xor# grep -r ldconfig/pth /var/db/pkg/pth-2.0.7/ +CONTENTS
>>> This was a pretty recent (within a day) port update w/ a slightly
>>> custom supfile . Got any suggestions on things I could look for?
>>> Are you taking a look at the installed +CONTENTS file or the one
>>> included in the package created by `make package` and friends?
>> I'm comparing both, the latter file was extracted from the freshly
>> made package. The only thing I can think of is that you are actually
>> extracting stale packages instead of the freshly made ones.
>> Your ports collection is incomplete since you drop a number of the
>> categories. Maybe that is related, otherwise I can't imagine what
>> would cause this.
> Same thing... Okay, I did a lot of testing here and I think I got
> it. Without any make.conf file set, everything worked. With the
> previously posted one , it didn't work. I commented out
> WKRDIRPREFIX and it worked. Odd. Can you test this? I'm running
> 6.2R. I've also noticed issues with OPTION files via dialogue,
> which fail if I hit "OKAY" but work if I hit "CANCEL".
GEEZ. I'm blind. I used double quotes in my /etc/make.conf.
Without the quotes everything worked. Sorry 'bout the traffic...
> # cat /etc/make.conf
> # port stuff
> # added by use.perl 2007-01-23 17:20:15
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