On 2007-05-28 12:27, Albert Shih <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>Le 28/05/2007 ? 13:16:00+0300, Thanos Rizoulis a ?crit
>>O/H Albert Shih ??????:
>>> Hi All
>>> I would like when a make install in any ports the system make a tbz in
>>> /usr/ports/packages/All every time and WITHOUT any option in command line
>>> (because there many people on the server).
>>> Where can I put some option to do that ?
>> 
>>  Assuming you are using FreeBSD 6.2 Release:
>> 
>>  man ports
>>  
>> http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=ports&apropos=0&sektion=0&manpath=FreeBSD+6.2-RELEASE&format=html
> 
> Thanks.
> 
>>  You are probably interested in *make package*
> 
> Well....the problem is (like I said) there many «admin» in this server and
> I known many of them just use «make install» and forget «package». 
> 
> What I try to do is event the user just use «make install» the system do
> «make package install».

You can create a "package" after the fact with:

    pkg_create -b foo

Where "foo" is the name of an installed port, i.e.:

,-----------------------------------------------------------------------
| $ pkg_info | fgrep vim-lite
| vim-lite-7.0.224_1  Vi "workalike", with many additional features (Lite 
package
| $ pkg_create -b vim-lite-7.0.224_1
| $ ls -ld vim-lite*
| -rw-rw-r--  1 keramida  wheel  5347344 May 28 20:14 vim-lite-7.0.224_1.tbz
| $
`-----------------------------------------------------------------------

You don't even have to be root to run pkg_create, as you can see above.

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