Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%britannica.bec.de@localhost> writes: > On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 10:40:09PM -0400, Louis Guillaume wrote: >> With DEPENDS_TARGET=package. It's worked that way for years. I've >> never set UPDATE_TARGET before. > > Use package-install. I explicitly opted out from magically fixing that > up. Note that it is not needed to set it if you always run make package > or make package-install. I agree with not having any magic fixups. But arguably DEPENDS_TARGET=package should cause an error with USE_DESTDIR=yes. Perhaps anything other than "install" or "package-install". Without DESTDIR, legitimate values are "install", "package" and "package-install". Another view is that DEPENDS_TARGET and UPDATE_TARGET are needlessly complicated. Basically you always want an installed package, and the only question is whether you want a binary package (of course with destdir you get one anyway). So maybe both should go away (and be an error if set) and be replaced with: PKGSRC_WANT_PACKAGES= yes to turn on asking for packages.
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