Question: How to add a configuration file with autoplist ?
helen.koike at collabora.com
Mon Sep 25 11:59:35 UTC 2017
On 2017-09-25 08:10 AM, Chris Rees wrote:
> On 2017-09-25 05:54, Kubilay Kocak wrote:
>> On 9/25/17 6:16 AM, Helen Koike wrote:
>>> According to
>>> , I need to add a @sample macro in pkg-plist to add a configuration
>>> But I am also using USE_PYTHON= autoplist in my Makefile, so I don't
>>> have the pkg-plist file.
>>> Should I remove autoplist and generate the pkg-plist by hand? Or is
>>> there another way to do this?
>>> I'll need this to update the version of the package
>> Hi Helen,
>> As far as I'm aware, autoplist, PLIST_* definitions and pkg-plist
>> entries can be used cumulatively (in combination with each other) to
>> produce a correct and complete installed files lis>>
Thanks, I didn't know that.
> Careful doing that! If you do, you may find the sample file gets listed
> twice, or worse the actual config file gets listed.
> If you want to view the final generated plist then in the normal ports
> % make package
> % less `make -VTMPPLIST`
Awesome, thanks a lot.
> (those are backticks).
> It's probably harmless to have a file listed twice, but if you list the
> actual config file it gets blown away on each update.
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