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Re: dfports override system broken?

From: Max Okumoto <okumoto@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2004 14:23:30 -0800

walt wrote:
walt wrote:

"/usr/share/mk/bsd.port.mk", line 85: warning: duplicate script for target
".BEGIN" ignored

Sorry, my first post was misleading.  The warning message above is
harmless to the dfport build itself, but it does break 'portupgrade'
because of this test:

output = `cd #{portdir} && #{shelljoin(*cmdargs)} -V PKGNAME -V IGNORE -V NO_IGNORE 2>&1`.to_a

  if output.size != 3
    warning_message "Makefile possibly broken: #{origin}:"
    output.each { |line| STDERR.print "\t" + line }
    raise MakefileBrokenError

Looks like portupgrade watches for any output on stderr and kills
the upgrade if it finds any(?)

If we really want 'make' to warn about duplicate scripts I suppose
we could teach portupgrade to ignore stderr.

Hmmm.. I am going to be in LA until this Saterday. Here is a patch to remove the debug output, until I find out how to fix portupgrade.

I would think that portupgrade handles this since FreeBSD 5.2 has
this code too.

--- o	Thu Nov 25 14:20:44 2004
+++ parse.c	Thu Nov 25 14:20:54 2004
@@ -1473,10 +1473,6 @@
     /* if target already supplied, ignore commands */
     if (!(gn->type & OP_HAS_COMMANDS))
 	(void)Lst_AtEnd(gn->commands, cmd);
-    else
-	Parse_Error(PARSE_WARNING,
-		    "duplicate script for target \"%s\" ignored",
-		    gn->name);

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