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Date:      Tue, 03 Oct 2006 13:33:01 +0200
From:      Karol Kwiatkowski <>
To:        freebsd-questions <>
Cc:        Alex Zbyslaw <>, Pete Slagle <>
Subject:   Re: Ruby gaining weight? [RESOLVED]
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On 03/10/2006 11:37, Pete Slagle wrote:
> Alex Zbyslaw wrote:
>> Pete Slagle wrote:
>>> Recent versions of ruby18 seem to take more than 145 MB of virtual
>>> memory to build with portupgrade or "make install clean."
>> Karol Kwiatkowski wrote less than a week ago:
>>> # cd /usr/ports/lang/ruby18
>>> # make -DNOPORTDOCS install
> That put me on the right track, thanks!
> Karol's example works well for the initial installation of ruby. When
> upgrading, this invocation:
>   portupgrade -m '-DNOPORTDOCS' ruby
> does the equivalent thing. Both save a tremendous amount of time and
> disk activity.

Just for the record, the last update[1] to ruby18 port brought us a
brand new knob 'WITHOUT_RDOC' :)




Karol Kwiatkowski  <freebsd at orchid dot homeunix dot org>

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