Subject: Re: msmtp pkgsrc entry for testing
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, Juan RP <juan@xtraeme.UnixBSD.org>
From: Bryan Vyhmeister <email@example.com>
Date: 09/18/2003 00:00:34
> On Wed, Sep 17, 2003 at 11:47:39PM -0700, Bryan Vyhmeister wrote:
> > > Since it needs OpenSSL, it should be added as a dependency (through
> > buildlink2).
> > I added the following to the Makefile:
> > .include "../../security/openssl/buildlink2.mk"
> > Should that cause it to build OpenSSL? I was only able to cause OpenSSL to
> > built by putting the following in the Makefile:
> > DEPENDS+= openssl:../../security/openssl
> > Should I add both of these? Thank you for your help.
> Only the buildlink2.mk include is needed. If you have a look at that file,
> you will see that it is clever enough to detect if the system you're
> compiling on already has the library.
> On NetBSD and most Linux, it will use the one in base, but that might not
> be the case for other systems.
OK. That makes sense. Thank you for the clarification. I uploaded a new tarball
I think I made the needed changes. I changed the patch slightly as well. Any
other suggestions? Thank you.