Diff for /src/share/mk/Attic/bsd.port.mk between versions 1.23 and 1.24

version 1.23, 2004/11/28 22:29:19 version 1.24, 2005/01/08 11:58:46
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 # $FreeBSD: src/share/mk/bsd.port.mk,v 1.303.2.2 2002/07/17 19:08:23 ru Exp $  # $FreeBSD: src/share/mk/bsd.port.mk,v 1.303.2.2 2002/07/17 19:08:23 ru Exp $
# $DragonFly: src/share/mk/bsd.port.mk,v 1.22 2004/11/27 13:22:26 joerg Exp $# $DragonFly$
   
 PORTSDIR?=      /usr/ports  PORTSDIR?=      /usr/ports
 DFPORTSDIR?=    /usr/dfports  DFPORTSDIR?=    /usr/dfports
Line 81  TARGETS+= reinstall Line 81  TARGETS+= reinstall
 TARGETS+=       install  TARGETS+=       install
 TARGETS+=       tags  TARGETS+=       tags
   
   # WARNING!  Do not use the -B option.  This appears to propogate to the
   # gmake (probably because both use the same environment variable, MAKEFLAGS,
   # to pass make options) where as of version 3.80 -B means 'always-make',
   # which forces all targets, which blows up gnu builds in the ports system
   # because it appears to cause the configure.status target to loop.
   #
 .if !defined(_DFPORTS_REDIRECT)  .if !defined(_DFPORTS_REDIRECT)
 _DFPORTS_REDIRECT=  _DFPORTS_REDIRECT=
 .if !make(package-depends-list) && !make(all-depends-list) && \  .if !make(package-depends-list) && !make(all-depends-list) && \
Line 88  _DFPORTS_REDIRECT= Line 94  _DFPORTS_REDIRECT=
     !make(describe)      !make(describe)
 .BEGIN:  .BEGIN:
         @echo "WARNING, USING DRAGONFLY OVERRIDE ${DFPORTSDIR}/${PORTPATH}"          @echo "WARNING, USING DRAGONFLY OVERRIDE ${DFPORTSDIR}/${PORTPATH}"
        cd ${DFPORTSDIR}/${PORTPATH} && ${MAKE} -B ${.TARGETS}        cd ${DFPORTSDIR}/${PORTPATH} && ${MAKE} ${.TARGETS}
 .else  .else
 .BEGIN:  .BEGIN:
        @cd ${DFPORTSDIR}/${PORTPATH} && ${MAKE} -B ${.TARGETS}         @cd ${DFPORTSDIR}/${PORTPATH} && ${MAKE} ${.TARGETS} 
 .endif  .endif
 .endif  .endif
   

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