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Re: in tree vs in ports



On Tue, 29 Aug 2000, Todd T. Fries wrote:
> App        OpenBSD NetBSD FreeBSD 
> OpenSSH        T       P      ?                T = tree
> perl           T       P      ?                P = ports
> X11R6          T       P      P                ? = not sure
> freebsd_lib    P       ?      X                X = not applicabable
> 
> .. and I'm sure there are others.

Right
NetBSD has X11R6 (XFree 3) in-tree, though :).

The way we work around this for Solaris is like this
(pkgsrc/archivers/gzip):

.if exists(/usr/bin/gzip)
IGNORE=         "${PKGNAME} is part of your NetBSD distribution"
.endif

IIRC OpenBSD has a similar approach to denote a OS version since when the
pkg in question is in the base distribution.
Another possibility would be to set ONLY/NOT_FOR_PLATFORM.


 - Hubert

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