Subject: Re: NO_CDROM="foo bar" or NO_CDROM= foo bar ?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 07/17/2000 10:11:00
what about using '' instead? like
NO_CDROM?= 'whatever reason'
I think thats what I've had to do. Like in print/acroread (except for
IGNORE instead of NO_CDROM).
On Mon, 17 Jul 2000, Hubert Feyrer wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Jul 2000, ITOH Yasufumi wrote:
> > 1. NO_CDROM= "the reason ..."
> > is generally used, but this causes fantastic result by "make FOR_CDROM=YES".
> > % cd /usr/pkgsrc/net/socks5
> > pino:/usr/pkgsrc/net/socks5 % make FOR_CDROM=YES
> I have no clue why you get the words each on one line, but if you want to
> be able to overrite NO_CDROM from the command line, you have to assign it
> with ?=:
> NO_CDROM?= "whatever reason"
> - Hubert
> NetBSD - because Unix isn't just #include <linux.h>, i386, ILP32, ELF, ...!