poudriere and conflicting packages

Matthew Seaman matthew at freebsd.org
Fri Apr 25 12:00:44 UTC 2014

On 04/25/14 12:23, Victor Sudakov wrote:
> Matthew Seaman wrote:
>>> How do you use poudriere to build packages from conflicting ports?
>>> E.g. I would like for both lang/php53-extensions and
>>> lang/php5-extensions to be available in the repository. 
>>> How does pkg.freebsd.org manage this?
>>> Currently php53-extensions-1.6 does not build in the build-depends
>>> phase. Not to clutter the list, I have put the build log to
>>> http://gfile.ru/a4TuH 
>>> TIA for any input.
>> This is something I've been meaning to bring up.  As far as I can tell,
>> unless you're just defaulting on all the alternate versions of things
>> like PHP, you cannot, in the same poudriere run, build packages for
>> several different PHP versions -- and I mean here the modules that PHP
>> loads into it's binary image, not pure php applications like eg.
>> phpMyAdmin.  
> However, both lang/php53-extensions and lang/php5-extensions are
> available at http://pkg.freebsd.org. So somehow they have done it there.

That would be the "defaulting on all the alternate versions of things
like PHP" part.  You can't express a preference about which version of
PHP you want, and also build packages for a different version of PHP.



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