casey at phantombsd.org
Wed Jun 22 18:28:46 GMT 2005
Thanks. Good idea. How about this, its a little easier.
#find ./ -name 'pkg-plist*' | xargs grep 'bin/convert'
> Casey Scott wrote:
>> Sorry, I meant I need to know what package a file belongs to that does
>> exist in the file system already. I need to know where to get something,
>> not where it came from.
> My CVSup script executes
> find /usr/ports -name "pkg-plist*" > /path/to/somewhere
> after an update of the ports directory. Thus I can search a file with
> cat /path/to/somewhere | xargs grep 'pattern'
> This method is quick and dirty and does not cover all ports because some
> of them have no pkg-plist file in their directory. Those ports use the
> PLIST_FILES variable in their Makefile instead or generate a plist file
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