Subject: for packages
To: None <>
From: Ingolf Steinbach <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 01/02/2003 23:57:44

as net/userppp is quite old, I try to update the package to
a more recent version. As the userppp sources are extracted
directly from the FreeBSD source, there are some
    .include <>
(and similar) statements in Makefiles.

How should I handle these in order to avoid installing the
programs/libraries in /usr/bin, /usr/lib, etc? Are there any
pendants for pkgsrc which I can use directly? Or are there
any .mk files which I can .include before
(Setting LIBDIR directly in the Makefile would probably work,
but that seems to be an ugly hack.)

Kind regards