Subject: PKG_SYSCONFDIR=/etc ?
To: None <>
From: Louis Guillaume <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 10/26/2004 19:02:29

Is there any reason not to set PKG_SYSCONFDIR=/etc? It just seems to 
make sense, for example, to have config files in /etc rather than in 
/usr/pkg. This way we can still blow away /usr/pkg if necessary and 
still retain our config files.

With the way things are set up (sets-based distribution and then 
packages on top of that) it would be sensible to keep configurations in 
/etc just package stuff in /usr/pkg.

Any help would be appreciated; thanks!