Subject: Re: pkg_create -L vs. @cwd
To: Hubert Feyrer <email@example.com>
From: Alistair Crooks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/26/2001 19:18:28
cvs annotate is your friend.
The last line that changes that was revsion 1.704. However, the -L
part was added prior to that in 1.653. From the log of bsd.pkg.mk
for revision 1.653:
date: 2001/01/29 01:56:51; author: jwise; state: Exp; lines: +18 -14
As per discussion on tech-pkg, correct behavior of `make package' in the
case where DESTDIR is set.
Previously, if DESTDIR was set when a pkg was installed, $DESTDIR/var/db/pkg/+CONTENT
would get `@cwd $DESTDIR/$PREFIX', as would the +CONTENT archived in the
binary package. The first is correct, the second is not.
Now, @cwd in the +CONTENT recorded in the binary package gets $PREFIX (no $DESTDIR).
This allows binary packages built into a DESTDIR to be installed on a
real system. The @cwd in the installed PKG_DBDIR ($DESTDIR/var/db/pkg)
remains the same.
In addition, the full path ($DESTDIR/$PREFIX) is recorded in @src in the
binary package's +CONTENT, for reference purposes.
This patch is the same as that posted to tech-pkg, except that variable
names have been clarified as suggested by hubertf.
On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 02:51:48PM +0100, Hubert Feyrer wrote:
> We call pkg_create with the -L switch on "make package". Does anyone
> remember why we do so?
> Background is, this fails on pkgs using @cwd, like japanese/Canna-server.
> It works when -L is not set.
> - Hubert
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