Steven Friedrich wrote:
cups-base has several options:[X] GNUTLS Build with GNUTLS library [ ] PHP Build PHP support [ ] PYTHON Build PYTHON support [ ] LIBPAPER Build with libpaper support [ ] DNSSD Build with DNS_SD (avahi) support [ ] PAM Build with PAM support [ ] LDAP Build with LDAP support [ ] DBUS Build with DBUS supportWhere can I find documentation regarding these options, so I can determine which ones I need?
That's actually a pretty hard thing to do, given the current way the ports tree operates. If you're lucky the port maintainer will have commented the ports' Makefile nicely for you. Another good place to look is the documentation included in the source tarball of whatever it is you are trying to build. In that case, it helps if you can follow through the logic in the ports Makefile to see what it does to change the build when the option is toggled -- usually it's by tweaking the options to the configure script in the package sources. Other possibilities are searching the web or asking someone knowledgeable. Unfortunately there isn't a sure-fire way of getting any sort of reasonable explanation of how port options work. There is a proposal being discussed over on the freebsd-ports@ list about adding a one line explanatory snippet for each option, which would actually make a pretty big difference despite the limited space to work with. Cheers, Matthew -- Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil. 7 Priory Courtyard Flat 3 PGP: http://www.infracaninophile.co.uk/pgpkey Ramsgate Kent, CT11 9PW
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