[nycbug-talk] confusion with NetBSD's PKG_OPTIONS
Mon Jan 2 15:18:31 EST 2006
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> On Mon, Jan 02, 2006 at 01:36:50PM -0500, Jan Schaumann wrote:
> > Scott Robbins <scottro at nyc.rr.com> wrote:
> > $ make PKG_OPTIONS.uim="anthy gtk -canna"
> > Seems to be what you want, I think.
> > I admit this is not really the least confusing method. :-)
Interestingly enough, after a bit of experimentation, it seems that the
default options are installed by err, default. That is, in this case,
if one simply typed
make PKG_OPTIONS.uim="-canna" it will install anthy and gtk. It also
seems as if one doesn't need a + sign. For example, mutt-devel installs
ssl by default. Doing PKG_OPTIONS="slang" will install slang and ssl.
Interesting. Apparently not yet well-documented, the packages man page
doesn't even mention the show-options target. On the other hand, I'm
not that familiar with NetBSD, so it might be in some other very obvious
place (the show-options target was mentioned in the netbsd.org's page on
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