kris at FreeBSD.org
Wed Jul 30 12:14:38 UTC 2008
Vladimir Chukharev wrote:
> On Wed, 30 Jul 2008 14:09:16 +0300, Kris Kennaway <kris at freebsd.org> wrote:
>> V.Chukharev wrote:
>>> I have found why there is a difference in INDEX-7 generated with and without caching.
>>> Without cache security/p5-openxpki* (6 connected ports) are indexed as depending on
>>> both openssl-0.9.8h_1 and openssl-beta-0.9.8h_1 (beta is not actually installed),
>>> while with cache the second dependence is lost. This is due to WITH_OPENSSL_BETA
>>> defined in security/p5-openxpki/Makefile (master for other slave ports).
>>> So, Dirk, you are right, cashing breaks current behavior.
>> No, it means that you need to add extra checks to how the cached value
>> is used.
> This is also true, but it might be spreaded over many ports and/or bsd.*.mk files...
No, I don't think so. You need to make bsd.openssl.mk not use the
cached value if it should not be, e.g. if WITH_OPENSSL_BETA is set.
>>> But now I wonder if the current behavior is correct and if security/p5-openxpki is
>>> correct. IMHO at least one of the two dependences is in err.
> Can you comment on this?
Seems wrong to me.
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