truckman at FreeBSD.org
Mon Mar 21 20:43:51 UTC 2016
On 21 Mar, Mathieu Arnold wrote:
> +--On 21 mars 2016 11:18:26 -0700 Don Lewis <truckman at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> | gnome-post-install does several different things. I haven't looked to
> | see if all of them should be moved. Unfortunately I'm not sure that an
> | exp-run would pick up some of the more subtle breakage.
> Then, we just extract the INSTALL_ICONS bits into a gnome-install-icons
> target, and run it later, much later. The gnome-post-install target could
> benefit from being split up. It was not so before because USES=gnome is
> quite new, and adding stuff to the target ordering system was a pain. Now,
> it could be splitted in gnome-gconf-schemas, gnome-glib-schemas,
> gnome-installs-omf, and gnome-install-icons. It was on my roadmap when I
> rewrote the target ordering system to use numbers, but I decided against
> changing too many things at once.
That sounds fine to me. I didn't closely look at the rest of
gnome-post-install since I was concentrating on the problem at hand.
I'd also like a target explicity for generating a dynamic plist that
runs after post-install. Doing it in post-install works most of the
time unless you start using post-install option helpers to install
> | One of my concerns is that if we start using TARGET_ORDER_OVERRIDE all
> | over the place, that will make maintaining the framework a lot more
> | difficult.
> There's a difference between all over the place and in a dozen ports :-)
> (it only makes it about 0.05% of the time, if I get my math right)
Well, here are a bunch more ... these contain both INSTALLS_ICONS and
"autoplist", which I'm assuming comes from USES_GNOME=autoplist
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