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Date:      Tue, 12 May 2020 17:01:00 +1000
From:      Dewayne Geraghty <dewayne@heuristicsystems.com.au>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Moving sources (base/ports) from /usr
Message-ID:  <b7426651-3f0e-8752-4f64-61cbfb0ec236@heuristicsystems.com.au>
In-Reply-To: <20200508210444.7945f4ba@kaperfahrt.nebelschwaden.de>
References:  <20200508210444.7945f4ba@kaperfahrt.nebelschwaden.de>

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Hi Ede,
Something like this might help, where you construct:
/import/src
/import/ports
then on as needed basis, you can
mount_nullfs /import/src /usr/src
mount_nullfs /import/ports /usr/ports

I have something like this when I'm using one source (for src and ports)
on a virtual disk under virtualbox (on Win) across multiple VM's.  This
also means I don't have to fiddle with variables.

Cheers.

On 9/05/2020 5:04 am, Ede Wolf wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> As the title implies, I would like to move everything src/build related
> from /usr to a different folder, let's call it /import. And since it
> won't be mounted permanently, I'd rather like not to use links. That would certainly work, but it's ugly. 
> 
> So I am looking for a more clean way of archiving this, but currently I am having trouble to find a
> comprehensive list of the  variables, that would need to be set, and more over, where the proper place woulf be, to do so. 
> More often than not it is not /etc/make.conf 
> 
> For MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX it is src-env.conf, but what about the others?
> 
> SRCDIR, PORTSDIR, WRKDIRPREFIX, DISTFILES, WRKSRC? Is that list correct and/or complete?
> 
> Is there any documentation providing a decent overview of the
> environment (base as well as ports)? Or maybe anyone is running this
> kind of setup as well?
> 
> Thanks for helping out
> 
> Ede
> 
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