Subject: Re: pkg/17731: Avoid un-nedded steps in pkgtools/digest
To: Julio Merino <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 07/26/2002 11:40:55
> >Synopsis: Avoid un-nedded steps in pkgtools/digest
> The package pkgtools/digest does not need the patch and configure
> steps, so they can be avoided.
> +NO_PATCH= # defined
> +NO_CONFIGURE= # defined
I don't see it documented in Packages.txt (but I do see in mk/bsd.pkg.mk).
If I understand this correctly, then this is just to save a little time.
So should all packages that don't have a ./configure use "NO_CONFIGURE"?
And all packages that don't have patches should use "NO_PATCH"?
If so, I should send-pr this for net/gethost (no ./configure) and
net/md-whois (no ./configure and no patches).
What other steps can be skipped? (And where is this documented?)
Jeremy C. Reed