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Scot Hetzel swhetzel at gmail.com
Mon Jan 11 09:14:45 UTC 2010


2010/1/10 Yuriy Grishin <grishin-mailing-lists at minselhoz.samara.ru>:
> Hi all,
>
> Right after the installation process there is a backup directory (that is
> empty yet) relevant to the prefix.
> After typing
>
> #make package
>
> there is a .tbz appears.
> I don't know the reason but there is no backup directory in it.
> On the other hand, pkg-plist does include backup, so if I try to
>
> #make deinstall
>
> it can't find the directory and stops (couldn't find a ...../backup.
> Incorrectly specified huh?)
> The strange thing is that if you type
> #cd /usr/ports/www/sams && make install clean
> ....
> #pkg_delete sams-1.0.5,1
>
> there are no warnings!
> How to fix this?
> OR
> Can I skip the warning and go ahead submitting the upgrade?
>
You should fix the port, so that the package will contain the backup
directory.  Add the following to the pkg-plist:

@exec mkdir -p %D/%%DATADIR%%/backup

Scot


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