Subject: Re: recursive "make package"
To: Louis Guillaume <email@example.com>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/18/2003 20:48:33
On Sat, 18 Oct 2003, Louis Guillaume wrote:
> It seems there was some discussion about this a couple years ago, but I
> can't find a workaround or fix anywhere...
Strange. This last week of building packages with "bmake package" ..
whenever it built a dependency it package it up (and cleaned too).
If the DEPENDS_TARGET is not set, then it becomes "package". (So each
dependency is packaged up.)
> I saw something about adding "DEPENDS_TARGET?=package" to /etc/mk.conf,
> but that doesn't seem to do anything.
That should package up any dependency that it builds and installs. (It
works for me.)
Maybe you already have the dependency previously installed?
> ===> Extracting for wget-1.8.2nb1
> ... where's it getting the list of "Required" packages from? I can't
> seem to find a reference to perl or libtool-base anywhere in the wget
> distribution. I've checked the Makefile and all the *.mk files. How does
> this work?
perl is pulled in because of the:
libtool-base is from
Jeremy C. Reed