Poudriere Port Options

Matthew Seaman matthew at FreeBSD.org
Wed Feb 24 16:55:54 UTC 2016

On 02/24/16 16:35, Rick Miller wrote:

> You explain above that it can be determined when an option was set.  Can
> you elaborate?  It does not seem obvious (at least to me) in options.sh
> that this can be ascertained in this manner nor does the ports collection
> appear to save this to disk inside the tree, but admittedly, the only test
> for this was pretty rudimentary (a couple find commands).

Well, one way of doing that is:

poudriere options -c some/port

which will indicate previously unset options by a little red + sign.  Of
course, this is the command line for *setting* package options, so be
sure to hit cancel if you don't want to do that.



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