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Re: /etc/mk.conf and SKIPDIR
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: /etc/mk.conf and SKIPDIR
- From: Sigfred Håversen <bsdlist_(_at_)_mumak_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 16:50:53 +0100
On Wednesday 10 December 2003 10:31, jmc wrote:
> I think you're doing this wrongly. If you are adding stuff to your
> system, it should go in /usr/local, right? `make build' will not touch
> anything in there. You could ask on ports@ (but search archives first) if
> there is a `correct' way of adding httpd 2.
Yes, new stuff goes into /usr/local, but in this case I would like to avoid
having multiple executables/binaries with the same names (like httpd and
apachectl) to avoid confusion and simple mistakes. The ./configure for httpd2
has a layout option for OpenBSD, that works fine as well.
> `make -V SKIPDIR' will tell you if SKIPDIR is what you think it is.
The result of `make -V SKIPDIR' is usr.sbin/httpd as it should be, and a
`make -V SKIPDIR | xargs ls' gives a listing of usr.sbin/httpd. But the
`make build` seems not to behave as expected.
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