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PLIST fiddling at post-install phase
I have a package (cross/avr-libc) that installs man pages whose names conflict
on case-insensitive file systems (like PRIx8.3 and PRIX8.3).
I think the most elegant way to deal with this is to detect the conflict in the
post-install phase and then replace the relevant files with some hand-crafted
merged version from the files directory.
However, how do I adapt the PLIST? It looks easy to detect the conflict by
PLIST_VARS+= case-sensitive case-insensitive
.if exists(.../pRix8.3) # some funny name that will only match on a
case-insensitive file system
but I guess bmake evaluates the conditional at parse time so it would work for
make build; make install but not otherwise.
Any suggestion on how to detect a case-insensitive work or dest dir and adapt
the PLIS accordingly?
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