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Date:      Thu, 18 Mar 2004 01:09:40 +0100
From:      Joan Picanyol <>
Subject:   Re: mod_php4 and portupgrade
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In-Reply-To: <000001c40c5c$ae165440$fb1e010a@laptop>
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* Kyle Mott <> [20040317 21:08]:
> By putting this line in /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf (MAKEARGS section),
> I'm able to pass all but one argument to portinstall/portupgrade:
> 'www/mod_php4' => 'BATCH=YES CTYPE=yes CURL=yes EXIF=yes FTP=yes
> GD=yes MYSQL=yes OPENSSL=yes OVERLOAD=yes PCRE=yes POSIX=ye s
> POSTGRESQL=yes SESSION=yes TOKENIZER=yes XML=yes ZLIB=yes', The one
> that doesn't seem to be working is the POSTGRESQL=yes line
It's impossible to correctly diagnose this without knowing what the line
is _exactly_, please show the output of 

cat -e /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf |grep 'www/mod_php4'

You might try the b) syntax for MAKE_ARGS, it has the advantatge of
being able to comment individual arguments easily. Also, show us an
invocation of make from the build script.

> Also, I noticed these arguments do not get passed when I just do a
> "make install" or "make reinstall" of the port..
No. MAKE_ARGS are the arguments passed to make by portupgrade. Try doing
[one long line]

`grep 'www/mod_php4' /usr/local/etc/pkgtools.conf | cut -d '>' -f 2` make install

> Is there another place (I assume /etc/make.conf, but what's the
> syntax?
Define the variables there, one in each line.


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