On Thursday 11 October 2007 23:29:05 James wrote:
> What has happened, though, is I've never ran rm in /usr/ports/distfiles.
> I'm going to think for a little bit about a script that can move
> through /usr/ports/distfiles and reinstall everything that exists there.
Well, if you figure out what ports you have installed, you can regenerate the
make -DNO_BUILD -DNO_INSTALL generate-plist fake-pkg
for each port.
I just tested that using a temporary PKG_DBDIR. In case you wanna see what
happens, here's what I did:
mkdir -p /tmp/var/db/pkg
env PKG_DBDIR=/tmp/var/db/pkg make -DNO_BUILD -DNO_INSTALL \
# ls /tmp/var/db/pkg/bash-3.2.25/
+COMMENT +DEINSTALL +INSTALL
+CONTENTS +DESC +MTREE_DIRS
It's missing +REQUIRED_BY and @pkgdep lines in +CONTENTS, but haven't been
able to figure out yet why that is.
I hope this gets you a bit closer.
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