Subject: Re: package ALWAYS?
To: None <tech-pkg@NetBSD.org>
From: Soren Jacobsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/15/2003 16:22:35
On 12/15 18:55, Chuck Yerkes wrote:
> I didn't find this in the archives, but I didn't read everything.
> I'm fairly well used to OpenBSD and one thing they do that's
> nice is that BEFORE the install target is a "package" target.
> Which means if I make (say) spam-assassin, I have packages of
> ALL the dependancies.
> It means they install into $PACKAGE/work/fake-install/, not
> the live tree.
> I can live with installing then getting a package, but I'm
> having to manually track dependancies to FIND them to make
As Eric already said, the package package target will do that for you.
If you wanted to install dependencies from binary packages, you would
set DEPENDS_TARGET to bin-install.
> Oh, it would also be nice to be able to differentiate between
> tools needed to run and tools needed to build. I may need gmake
> to build something, but its moot once the build is done.
> Any tools that anwser this?
> "show me the chain of dependancies for spamassassin"
lothar:.../pkgsrc/mail/spamassassin$ make print-run-depends-list
This package requires package(s) "p5-Digest-HMAC>=1.0
p5-Digest-MD5>=2.00 p5-Digest-MD5>=2.12 p5-Digest-SHA1-[0-9]*
p5-Digest-SHA1>=1.00 p5-Digest>=1.00 p5-HTML-Parser>=3.29
p5-HTML-Tagset>=3.0 p5-IO-Socket-SSL>=0.92 p5-MIME-Base64>=2.11
p5-Net-DNS>=0.29 p5-Net-SSLeay-[0-9]* perl>=5.0 perl>=5.6.0" to run.
You can just use run-depends-list to get it in an easier-to-parse
format, but you'll have to weed out the duplicates.