NOPORTDOCS ignored on command line

Sylvio Cesar scjamorim at
Wed Sep 16 20:01:14 UTC 2009

No, what port you are installing? The variable "NOPORTDOCS" must is
inside of Makefile

.if !defined(NOPORTDOCS)

The port that you to want install must have this.

So you could to use in the directory of port:

# make install -DNOPORTDOCS


Sylvio Cesar.

2009/9/16 Christian Weisgerber <naddy at>:
> Unless I misremember, it used to be possible to specify NOPORTDOCS on
> the command line
> or in the environment
> $ env NOPORTDOCS=yes make
> when building and installing a port.  This doesn't work any longer,
> you now have to set it in /etc/make.conf, otherwise it won't be
> picked up.
> Is this intentional?
> --
> Christian "naddy" Weisgerber                          naddy at
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