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 Re: Searching the ports
Author: parv 
Date:   22-02-02 10:34

that works as long as one adjusts the INDEX for $PORTSDIR other than /usr/ports. if one has installed ports tree other than in /usr/ports -- like i have in /source/ports -- then to fix the INDEX (assumming perl is available) there are two ways.

1- brute force (in case you always download the INDEX during cvsup)...

perl -pi -e 's#/usr/ports#/source/ports#go' /source/ports/INDEX

2- the "right way" would be to fix the perl program which generates the INDEX, and afterwords run "make index" in $PORTSDIR (in my case it's /source/ports)...

perl -pi -e 's#/usr/ports#/source/ports#go' /source/ports/Tools/make_index
cd /source/ports && make index

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William Cooper 21-02-02 14:06 
 Re: Searching the ports   new
parv 22-02-02 10:34 
 Re: Searching the ports   new
Benjamin Lutz 09-04-02 02:48 
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parv 15-04-02 07:00 
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parv 15-04-02 07:05 
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el_kab0ng 19-09-05 18:09 
 Re: Searching the ports   new
Dan 19-09-05 18:31 
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el_kab0ng 19-09-05 18:38 
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parv 19-09-05 23:09 


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