On 04/07/07, Robert Huff <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Pablo Mora writes:
> > Can one run
> > 'make clean'
> > in the /usr/ports directory in the hope of reducing disk space?
> portsclean -CDD
"portsclean" is part of the "portupgrade" port, not the base
system. Not everyone has it installed, or wants to.
To the original poster: yes, you can. Mind you, I'm not sure
it's the most efficient way - since I have "portupgrade" installed,
I prefer portsclean.
Indeed. If you set WRKDIRPREFIX you can merely
rm -r $WRKDIRPREFIX/ports. The distfiles can be
a bit more difficult to deal with in a sane manner
without some sort of add-on tool.
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