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Re: Adding kerTeX; but needs avoiding configure etc.
On Sat, Aug 24, 2019 at 08:30:07AM -0400, Greg Troxel wrote:
> This is not the pkgsrc way; we package things in python and perl instead
> of letting e.g. pip install them. So you should think about where the
> stuff that's installed by the installed kerTeX package is going to go,
> and basically it should not go in the noraml prefix dirs as those are
> owned by pkgsrc. But if you have a /usr/pkg/?/kerTeX that they go in,
> that doesn't seem problematic from a pkgsrc viewpoint. (You'll need to
> think about if a user installs these for themselves, without privs, or
> if root has to, and if the packages are system-wide or per-user, etc. A
> lot of that can be avoided in a personal install.)
worth noting that pip, npm and friends are all available as packages, so
"like pip" isn't an objection to the existence of a kertex package.
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