Subject: Re: CVS commit: pkgsrc/pkgtools/pkglint
To: Andrew Brown <>
From: Jan Schaumann <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 05/09/2004 01:26:52
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Andrew Brown <> wrote:
> >Module Name:	pkgsrc
> >Committed By:	jschauma
> >Date:		Sun Apr 11 18:29:35 UTC 2004
> yeah, okay, so i'm a little slow.

That's ok, I make up for it by being fast.  (This time. :-)

> >Modified Files:
> >	pkgsrc/pkgtools/pkglint: Makefile
> >Added Files:
> >	pkgsrc/pkgtools/pkglint/files: lintpkgsrc.0 pkglint.0
> >
> >Log Message:
> >Add pre-formatted catman pages, so we don't rely on the OPSYS providing
> >nroff, nor do we need to depend on textproc/groff.
> >Regen .0 pages under SunOS and AIX as for audit-packages.
> two things:
> (1) this log message makes no note of killing the "do-extract" target,
> which means "make extract" doesn't actually do anything now, which has
> nasty side-effects.
> (2) there are other uses for the files in ${WRKSRC}, which are now
> stuffed in by the "build" target, which necessarily comes *after* the
> "extract" target, but before the "patch" target fails because i have
> local patches for this under ${LOCALPATCHES} that no longer work.
> can we try to maintain the "extract target makes stuff appear in
> ${WRKSRC} by whatever means" ideal that we used to have?  you may not
> have patches, but others might...

I reinstated the do-extract target and the existing logic.


Tradition is the illusion of permanence. -- Woody Allen

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