change in apache port configuration options

Clement Laforet sheepkiller at
Mon Jan 28 13:24:59 PST 2008


On Sun, Jan 27, 2008 at 09:36:55PM -0500, Vivek Khera wrote:
> It seems that the recent changes to the apache20 port Makefile.modules  
> has broken how I've been configuring my systems.
> In my make.conf file I have globally set the following:
> which instructs many ports to use that version of Berkeley DB.
> Furtnermore, in my apache configuration in make.conf, I have:
> .if ${.CURDIR:M*/www/apache2*}
> .endif
> Now, this worked just fine for a long time, but as of the latest  
> updates to apache20 port, I get this error:
> Variable WITH_BDB_VER is recursive.
> The fix seems to be setting WITH_BDB instead of setting  
> WITH_BERKELEYDB with the version.

WITH_BERKELEYDB is now deprecated in favor of WITH_BDB in order to
make BDB support consistent with the rest of the ports tree.

When I add compatibility stuff, I didn't think WITH_BDB_VER could have
been already set (shame on me!). It's now fixed in CVS. Thanks.

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