Subject: Re: pkg/30663
To: Peter Schuller <email@example.com>
From: Jon Buller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/29/2005 17:32:56
Peter Schuller wrote:
> First off, sorry about the delay in responding.
At least you have the excuse that you didn't know about it. I blew it off
for a couple of weeks because I was busy with other stuff.
> > A (slightly different, but hopefully correct) fix has been commited to the
> > CVS repository. Please let me know if it works for you so I can close this
> It does not work, no. The current Makefile only contains the change that adds
> GNU tar as a dependency. The part of the patch to make asdf-install
> actually *use* 'gtar' rather than 'tar' is also required in order for it to
> work (the SUBST:s in previous submissions).
Actually, if you look at the makefile, you will see that it tries
to work on asdf-install, it just doesn't actually do much. I
somehow missed the cvs add command to add the patch to insert the
@GTAR@ string in the target file. The distinfo file did have the
new patch checksum though...
I did it that way because I haven't made too many packages before,
I had 3 or 4 files that needed that kind of treatment (the others
needing @PREFIX@) and I had examples of the way I did it that I
knew would work. (Well, would have worked if I had done the patch
The only examples I saw of SUBST only patched a single file. Does
this scale to multiple files with multiple different substitutions?
I assume so, but I thought it better to commit something that I
understood, rather than something I thought might work and I got
lucky with in a few simple tests.
Please try it again...