Subject: RE: make package
To: None <pkgsrc-users@NetBSD.org>
From: Larson, Timothy E. <TELarson@west.com>
Date: 02/19/2007 09:56:14
Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> On Sat, 17 Feb 2007, Robert Elz wrote:
>> | > When I want to build a binary package that has a lot of
>> dependencies, is | > there anything special I need to do in order
>> to also make packages of | > those missing dependencies that are
>> built in the process? Is it | > possible? |
>> | "make package" should do that automatically.
>> You mean if I have no binary packages at all, but lots of packages
>> installed, and I go to some new package and do
>> make package
>> you're guaranteeing that when that finishes my binary package
>> directory will have binary packages for everything needed?
> No. That is diferent. The original question was "... also make
> packages of those missing dependencies that are built in the process?"
> If you want packages of stuff you already have installed, then you can
> also use pkg_tarup.=20
Yes, I knew about pkg_tarup, but was hoping to avoid having to make a
list of what other new things were built so I could go back and use it.
If make package does what I need, that's exactly what I was looking for.
West Corporation, Interactive TeleServices