Subject: Re: bsd.pkg.mk in small pieces.
To: Alistair Crooks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Juan RP <email@example.com>
Date: 06/22/2004 12:39:07
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On Tue, 22 Jun 2004 11:31:32 +0100
Alistair Crooks <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> One of the things I used to like about bsd.pkg.mk was that everything
> was in one file. However, I realise that that one file has grown too
That's the problem, bsd.pkg.mk is +5000 lines actually.
> My thoughts were to take all of the non-essential targets and
> supporting definitions/targets etc out into their own file - things
> like print-PLIST, README, README.html etc, and only include that
> secondary file if the target was needed. The idea was that those
> targets mentioned above (plus others like show-downlevel etc) are not
> needed in the main scheme of things (and by that I mean: fetch,
> checksum, patch, buildlink, configure, all, install), and so don't
> need to be in the critical path. I did some timings on it at one
> stage, though, and found that there was no noticeable speed-up in the
> grand scheme of things, so I discounted it. I also mentioned this
> at pkgsrccon2004, but I suppose it got lost in the noise.
I thought that changing the targets like:
Could improve the speed, but if you have already tried it, I'll spend my time in
> What you have done is great, but I don't really see the point in
> switching out to separate files for each critical target in a main
Ok, so isn't there any interest on this?
Juan RP <email@example.com>
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