Subject: Re: tracking freebsd/openbsd pkg_add
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: William Allen Simpson <email@example.com>
Date: 09/30/2003 12:14:46
Hubert Feyrer wrote:
> On Tue, 30 Sep 2003, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> > > > arguments may be specified, each being either a file containing the
> > > > package (these usually end with a
> > > > .Dq .tbz
> > NetBSD packages are not bzip(2) files (yet).
> We do not make them by default, but if we do, it's a .tbz file.
Blush, I took that from the FreeBSD (and OpenBSD) pages, and blindly
read it as .tgz. Sorry. It could be a list of several choices (as
OpenBSD does now). The next part has it right (from OpenBSD):
> > > > System distribution files, e.g. base.tgz, comp.tgz, etc.,
> > > 106,107c127,128
> > > < Any dependencies required by the installed package will be searched
> > > < in the same location that the original package was installed from.
> > > ---
> > > > Any dependencies required by the installed package will be expected
> > > > in the same location where the original package was found.
> > I don't think that is true. The PKG_PATH can list several locations.
> Yep. Seperate entries by ';'. But that's documented already.
Well, that's an original NetBSD sentence, not from [Free,Open]BSD
pages. As you can see, I merely fixed the grammar.
So, it should say:
in the same search path where the original package was found.
William Allen Simpson
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