poudriere with custom packages

Mathieu Arnold mat at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jul 17 08:12:56 UTC 2015

+--On 17 juillet 2015 16:32:16 +1000 Aristedes Maniatis <ari at ish.com.au>
| On 17/07/2015 3:59pm, Shane Ambler wrote:
|> As long as the name you use for the port is unique, steps like portsnap
|> or svn update should not remove it. I would still keep a copy elsewhere.
| Thanks for that. I'm doing exactly what everyone here suggests
| (abandoning my reversing engineered +MANIFEST and using ports) and so far
| it works well. The only obstacle I found was that adding my own category
| (to keep out the way of portsnap) didn't work, even with:
|# cat /usr/ports/Makefile.local
| SUBDIR += ish
| I agree that a weighting on the repo configs would be terrific.

You only need to add Makefile.local with SUBDIR+=ish if you run bulk -a
otherwise, you just add your ports to the ports list.  For the category,
what I do is, in each port:

CATEGORIES=     local sysutils

Mathieu Arnold
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