make package-recursive question

Alexey Rubtsov arubtsov at
Mon Jan 21 20:10:19 PST 2008

В Mon, 21 Jan 2008 13:35:15 -0800 (PST)
Tim Clewlow <tim1timau at> пишет:

> > AFAIK, no. You could try 'pkg_create -b' for the parent port, and
> > then try 'make package-recursive' to see if that will bypass the
> > first step, but I can't guarantee that it will work. Your other
> > option would be to do 'make -DFORCE_PKG_REGISTER package-recursive'
> > in the parent port to just re-build and re-install everything. Not
> > as clean, but has the advantage of not having to de-install the
> > existing port in case that's a problem.
> > 
> > hth,
> > 
> > Doug
> Thanks for that, just wanted to know if I was missing a switch or
> special make target somewhere. Its for a package server, ie slurp
> daily CVS updates and make new versions of packages available for
> clients to install. The specific function would only be used the
> first time a new package (and possibly new dependencies) is added on
> the server, can work around it, its not a problem.
> Cheers, Tim.
  You could try to use 'ports-mgmt/portupgrade' utility. With keys -P -p
and -f.

Alexey Rubtsov

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