Robert Huff wrote:
Is there a directive to add to make.conf or anywhere else to tell
ports what directory my webroot is? when i was running apache20,
things like mailgraph installed files in the proper
location. Recently I just updated to apache22 and now mailmail
still insists on creating directories under the old directory
layout. is this a mailgraph port problem or do I have a missing
directive somewhere telling ports where my document root is?
Let me see if I understand:
You're running apache22, with DocumentRoot and/or ServerRoot in
a non-standard location. Because of this, a third-party application
You are looking for a single way for that and other
applications to tell at run-time where the new location is.
No such critter, as far as I know. For those applications that
accept environment variables of command-lind switches, it should be
trivial to write a wrapper script to parse httpd,conf and provide
the correct information.
For a compile-time switch, portupgrade users can use
pkgtools.cfg; others will have to look elsewhere.
close, but I am not running in a non standard DocumentRoot as far as I
know. its set to apache22's /usr/local/www/apache22/data, which is the
default, but if you look at the mailgraph Makefile, it uses
/usr/local/www/data for the install.
the more i look at it, the more it seems like its a mailgraph issue.
i guess I am curious of the apache20 default of /usr/local/www/data was
around so long its just what everyone assumes, but from what I can tell,
thats not the recommended practice. isnt it better to install to
/usr/local/www/mailgraph and then alias things?
I included the maintainer to see if this is the case and perhaps the
Makefile should be changed and or post install instructions can be updated
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