PostGreSQL with dports build failure.

Loïc BLOT loic.blot at
Mon May 20 08:06:36 PDT 2013

Thanks for the tip.
It's a very very fresh port list, i made make dports-create-shallow at
3PM, today :)

Best regards,
Loïc BLOT, 
UNIX systems, security and network expert

Le lundi 20 mai 2013 à 16:53 +0200, John Marino a écrit :

> On 5/20/2013 16:47, Loïc BLOT wrote:
> > I agree with you, this works on FreeBSD, but in DragonFly it seems this
> > don't work, i don't know why, it seems this is the same file...
> Maybe this is a stupid question, but is your dports repository fully up 
> to date?
> "git log -1" from /usr/dports should return something like "Remove 
> games/unknown-horizons: depends on removed fife" if it is.
> The reason this is important is that the "USES+=" notation from FreeBSD 
> is brand new.  Older versions of makefiles would break.
> > Another problem is also when we want to search a port. On FreeBSD we can
> > do it with whereis <portname> or going to /usr/ports and do a make
> > search name=<portname>.
> > In DragonFly the whereis doens't work, why not, but make search failed
> > because of missing files (look at the attachment). Then how can i do a
> > make search ?
> It doesn't work because DragonFly doesn't produce an index.  We probably 
> could if I move our version of portsnap into dports but as of now we 
> haven't seen a need (I think FreeBSD even wants to eliminate the INDEX 
> because it's so fragile but I need confirmation on that.).
> I'd just use "find", e.g. "find /usr/dports -type d -name <PORTNAME>"
> That's pretty quick.
> John
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