Subject: pkg/25975: USE_TETEX2 (mentioned in bsd.pkg.defaults.mk) is no longer used
To: None <gnats-bugs@gnats.NetBSD.org>
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Date: 06/19/2004 20:08:25
>Synopsis: USE_TETEX2 (mentioned in bsd.pkg.defaults.mk) is no longer used
>Arrival-Date: Sun Jun 20 02:09:00 UTC 2004
>Originator: Jim Bernard
>Release: pkgsrc as of Sat Jun 19 09:34:20 UTC 2004
The bsd.pkg.defaults.mk file mentions that USE_TETEX2 can be used
to set a preference for tetex2 over tetex1. But tetex2 is now the
default (the tetex pkg), and USE_TETEX2 no longer appears anywhere
(evidently it isn't even useful to set it to NO to force use of
tetex1, since it is never referenced).
I called it a doc-bug, since it's just a comment.
% find /usr/pkgsrc -type f -print | xargs grep USE_TETEX
Delete that paragraph from bsd.pkg.defaults.mk.
Alternatively, USE_TETEX2 could be replaced by a USE_TETEX1
variable to force use of tetex1, but since tetex2 has been the
default for some time, and nobody seems to have needed USE_TETEX1,
that's probably pointless.