On Mon, 24 Feb 2014 19:24:02 -0500 (EST)
Benjamin Kaduk wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Feb 2014, Lyndon Nerenberg wrote:
> > What would really help is if the ports fetch-recursive-list target
> > could extend to reliably include the distfiles for the runtime
> > dependencies as well. But I'm not even sure that's possible. We
> > tried a few different things, but in the end we had to brute force
> > it by running 'make fetch' in every one of the ports directories in
> > order to get all the distfiles onto an external system, which we
> > then rsynced to a USB drive, marched inside, and rsynced to the
> > fileserver. Not pretty ... but with all the distfiles at hand we
> > knew the inside ports builds wouldn't fail due to missing
> > dependencies.
> I'm rather confused by why it isn't working for you.
> is quite clearly looking in ALL-DEPENDS-LIST, which includes runtime
> dependencies. The only thing I can think of is that non-default
> configurations are in play, so that 'make config && make
> config-recursive' should be (re-)run until it does not prompt, and
> only then fetch-recursive-list be used.
One oddity is that fetch-recursive-list generates a script that
downloads all the files into the current directory. It doesn't take
account of the fact that some ports look for their files are in a
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