Subject: Re: package oddities...
To: proprietor - Foo Bar And Grill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Thorsten Frueauf <email@example.com>
Date: 12/10/1998 11:02:36
> I had MANZ=<nothing> inside /etc/mk.conf; it took this as a definition
> and decided that all my man pages were to be installed in .gz format,
> contrary to what it says in the comment inside mk.conf. Go figure.
Well, I am not sure what "set" means. AFAIK if you have a line
"MANZ=" in /etc/mk.conf, its treated like set, namly set to "".
What confuses me a bit is that the automatic man page handling did
not cover this. If you set "MANZ=1" it should do the right thing
and compress the manpages and also set PLIST accordingly (works for me).
And if you don't set MANZ at all in /etc/mk.conf it should work too.
> FWIW: The first thing I did was forcibly define LOCALBASE to be /usr/local
> instead of /usr/pkg. To make sure, I symlinked /usr/local to /usr/pkg.
> I _really_ don't want another hierarchy floating about, can you tell?
Well, this should work ok, we tryed our best not to set /usr/pkg
hardcoded anywhere. Did you see any problems with that?
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