Making a port to use OpenSSL of ports collection on FreeBSD 11.x
yasu at utahime.org
Wed May 5 16:01:00 UTC 2021
From: Michael Gmelin <freebsd at grem.de>
Subject: Re: Making a port to use OpenSSL of ports collection on FreeBSD 11.x
Date: Wed, 5 May 2021 17:32:02 +0200
> Which port are you talking about by the way?
> This worked for me just fine in the past (placed in make.conf):
> for LibreSSL and
> for openssl from ports.
> See also:
> $ head -n12 /usr/ports/Mk/Uses/ssl.mk
> # Handle dependency on *ssl ports.
> # Feature: SSL_DEFAULT
> # Usage: USES=ssl
> # Valid ARGS: none (build and run), build, run
> # The user can choose which ssl library he wants with:
> # DEFAULT_VERSIONS+= ssl=<openssl variant>
> # Variants being base, openssl, libressl, and libressl-devel.
You misunderstand my intention. What I would like to do is to make a
port use security/openssl instead of base OpenSSL even if user sets
'DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=ssl=base' in /etc/make.conf (or user doesn't
customize setting about ssl at all).
As I wrote previous mail, if 'USES=python:3.8+' is specified in
Makefile of a port, lang/python38 is used for the port event if user
adds 'DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=python=3.7' in /etc/make.conf. I'm looking for
similar way about ssl setting.
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