Subject: Re: pkgsrc and Darwin Built-ins
To: Randy Beaudreault <email@example.com>
From: Jeffrey Putsch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/20/2002 19:14:36
I believe pkgsrc will notice the built in, but the perl shipped by Apple
is not as new as the perl pkgsrc wants.
I figured it is best to let pkgsrc put the version it want under
/usr/pkg and not corrupt the Apple provided perl with pkgsrc additions.
I've got a small patch to apply to /usr/pkgsrc/perl5 that makes this
work if you like.
On Saturday, July 20, 2002, at 06:57 PM, Randy Beaudreault wrote:
> I have a question that is important in regards to building pkgsrc on OS
> X/Darwin. How can we check for programs already available with the
> base Darwin install, e. g., I just went to build inn on my OS X box but
> I stopped the build when it attempted to build Perl on my machine since
> I already have Perl installed with the base system. How could we have
> bmake check for installed programs like this?
> -- Randy
> OS X - UNIX for the rest of us
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