When will binary packages be back?
glarkin at FreeBSD.org
Wed Apr 10 19:13:37 UTC 2013
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On 4/10/13 2:19 PM, Brett Glass wrote:
> Unfortunately, I've never experimented with pkgng, so will have to
> come up to speed on this. Might be a temporary workaround.
> In the meantime, I'm trying to install Apache 2.2 on a small
> server. So far, just to build the port, the machine has built
> Perl, Python, m4, Berkeley DB, and an incredible assortment of
> other stuff that I do not want or need on that machine! And because
> the "make distclean" command in the FreeBSD ports system does not
> remove code for dependencies, I'll have tons of source --
> including GPLed code, which I do not want to touch -- on the
> machine unless I do a painstaking manual search and removal.
> --Brett Glass
Here's an easy way to delete all of the distfiles for a port and its
cd /usr/ports/www/apache22 # Or whatever
make all-depends-list | xargs -n1 -I % sh -c "cd % && make distclean"
Hope that helps,
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