>From Simon J. Gerraty:
> Thomas Mueller <mueller6...@twc.com> wrote:
> > I go into /BETA1/usr/ports/ports-mgmt/synth , run
> > env MAKESYSPATH make all-depends-list
> I assume you mean MAKESYSPATH=something? otherwise env itself should
When I did those last examples, that last line was
env MAKESYSPATH=/usr/share/mk make all-depends-list
> > and then it seems to work correctly with no syntax error in
> > /BETA1/usr/share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk
> > Maybe I need to file a bug.
> For what?
Bug occurs when building or configuring ports, syntax error in
/BETA1/usr/share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk line 52
I don't know about other situations such as building doc.
I could avoid this error either by setting (setenv or export, depending on
shell) MAKESYSPATH or
by null-mounting /BETA1/usr/ports at /usr/ports .
> > What happens if src, ports and doc trees are installed on an NFS
> > share, where there would be no FreeBSD installation?
> Not sure what you mean. make doesn't care what the filesystem is
> if there is a share/mk found in . or somewhere above it, the default
> MAKESYSPATH will find it.
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