iMil <imil%home.imil.net@localhost> writes: > I'm about to import nginx-devel (1.3.13) to pkgsrc, and I'm > wondering if I can do it that way: > > nginx-devel shares 99% of www/nginx/Makefile's. nginx team is > really picky when it comes to backward compatibility, which is > nice. > I intend to create a Makefile.common in www/nginx containing > shared resources, which would lead to: > > $ cat nginx-devel/Makefile > # $NetBSD$ > > DISTNAME= nginx-1.3.13 > MAINTAINER= imil%NetBSD.org@localhost > > .include "../../www/nginx/Makefile.common" > $ cat nginx/Makefile > DISTNAME= nginx-1.2.7 > MAINTAINER= joerg%NetBSD.org@localhost > > .include "../../www/nginx/Makefile.common" > > I can't find any other package which is using such agressive > include method, so I'm wondering if there's something wrong > about it. Note that Makefile.common should have comments about what includes it. PKGREVISION, when the time comes, cannot be shared (even if it has the same value :-). I don't see anything wrong with having as much shared as you can manage. Usually more is diferent.
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