A.J. 'Fonz' van Werven
freebsd at skysmurf.nl
Thu Nov 20 13:05:32 UTC 2014
Russell L. Carter wrote:
> I do not love the 2+ hours it takes to build the text/latex-texmf
> port. I use pkg(8) to maintain a cluster of machines, and I've
> checked the major culprits and I don't see how the latex-texmf
> dependency occurs. (I don't specify it explicitly.)
> What is the definitive way to figure out how this dependency has got
> itself insinuated into my installed ports?
There is no ports category "text". Nor is there a port called latex-texmf.
You probably mean print/texlive-texmf.
On my system, a quick
$ pkg info -r texlive-texmf
suggests that print/texlive-texmf is a dependency of print/texlive-full
(and by extension of several other TeX ports). However, a quick
$ make -C /usr/ports/print/texlive-base all-depends-list|grep texmf
suggests that print/texlive-base doesn't pull print/texlive-texmf in. So
maybe texlive-base instead of texlive-full is for you.
Imbibo, ergo sum.
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