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Re: pkgsrc on Mac OS
I made a separate 5 GB volume when I set up pkgsrc on my OS X, and made it case
Disk Utility in OS X is quite forgiving, I believe you can resize your current
big volume and create a new one. If not, there are applications that can do it
well and they don't cost much.
I agree it's annoying to have one extra partition, but it's a one-time thing.
17 jan 2013 kl. 22.47 skrev Steve:
> I am just wondering if it is worth going to the trouble of setting up a
> separate partition/disk image etc. with a case sensative filesystem,
> purely for use with pkgsrc? A new partition on the existing disk might
> be quite a bit of effort and I don't have a spare disk to install.
> I understand that "a few" packages don't build on case-insensitive
> filesystems but that in general it's not a major issue as long as you
> use the correct flag when bootstrapping?
> Any advice or info on others' experiences greatly appreciated.
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