Subject: Re: pkgsrc and Darwin Built-ins
To: Amitai Schlair <email@example.com>
From: Jeffrey Putsch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/21/2002 23:32:28
On Saturday, July 20, 2002, at 11:44 PM, Amitai Schlair wrote:
>> I've got a small patch to apply to /usr/pkgsrc/perl5 that makes this
>> work if you like.
> I'd like to see this, as well as any other local Darwin-related patches
> may have, to get them included in pkgsrc if possible. Would you mind
> them to me?
Would prefer that I send them directly to you, or split them up
pr them? Obviously sending one bundle to you would be the most expedient
on my part.
I can easily send them against a copy of pkgsrc as of June 1, or provide
a set against a version of pkgsrc as of tomorrow (or a few days from
now). I would need to updated my local pkgsrc CVS snapshot and the
prepare the diffs against that.
As an aside, I've modified the /usr/pkgsrc/mk/bsd.pkg.mk file locally to
handle Mac OS X/Darwin bundles as well as dylibs. In the process I've
improved (I think) the handling of the dylibs that I had provided via a
pr earlier (as of June 1 my original dylib changes seemed to have been
included in pkgsrc -- yeah!). These updates/changes would obviously be
included in any diffs I send (via pr or to you).
> BTW, a package of Perl 5.8.0 (which is billed as supporting Darwin out
> the box) is being worked on.
Most of what my perl5 patch does is make sure the pkgsrc perl build does
not put files in native Apple perl locations. I personally don't want
Apple's space getting "polluted" by the pkgsrc stuff and vice-versa. I
think the right thing to do with any Apple provided scripting language
(e.g. perl, tcl, python, ruby) and pkgsrc is to install the pkgsrc
version under /usr/pkg (LOCALBASE), making sure that the Apple provided
binary does not influence the installation.