Subject: Re: pkg/8982: change in pkg_install breaks third party product packaging
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Eric Schnoebelen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/11/1999 22:40:50
Hubert Feyrer writes:
- On Sat, 11 Dec 1999, Eric Schnoebelen wrote:
- > - #if defined( __NetBSD__)
- > - PKG_SOURCE_SWITCH= -L # or whatever - your choice
- > - #elif defined(__FreeBSD__) || defined(__OpenBSD__)
- > - PKG_SOURCE_SWITCH= -s
- > - #endif
- > -
- > - and use that then below.
- > Which is pretty much what I'll do.
- OK, sorry for not offering a better solution here.
- Is the pkg_create -L switch ok for you, reintroducing what was
- -s before?
It'll work. Having the functionality is _extremely_
useful to us..
- Any input on this from the tech-pkg folks? :)
I haven't heard anything.. And I've even subscribed to
- > As I said, I hadn't reported it as I wasn't able to
- > offer a fix. As it stands, it's a minor annoyance when doing
- > test installs on the build machines.. When I get a chance to
- > track it down, and propose a fix, I certainly will.
- Shouldn't be too hard to prepend the Src/-L prefix instead of the real
- prefix to pkgdb, if available...
Actually, I don't think it should get entered into the
pkgdb at all, since it's not being installed on the system, just
packaged. (aka, from a collection of files and directories into
a bundle that can be installed via pkg_add.)
Something for me to look into when I have time.. :-)
Eric Schnoebelen email@example.com http://www.cirr.com
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of APL, I shall
fear no evil, for I can string six primitive monadic and dyadic
operators together. -- Steve Higgins