Mel wrote:
On Tuesday 15 April 2008 22:10:41 Chris Whitehouse wrote:

Do something like [sorry not exact syntax as I don't have access to a
freebsd machine]:
foreach i (`cat portlist`)
foreach? cd /usr/ports/$i && make config

You should 'make config-conditional' to save yourself some work. make config always shows you the dialogue, while config-conditional checks to see if the variablenames have changed and if not, just moves on using what you already have in /var/db/ports.

That's very useful thank you

Chris


These are the ports that will bite you:
# find /usr/ports -name 'configure' -path '*/scripts/*' \
        -exec grep -l '/usr/bin/dialog' {} +
/usr/ports/emulators/vmware3/scripts/configure
/usr/ports/japanese/typist/scripts/configure
/usr/ports/misc/sonytv/scripts/configure
/usr/ports/print/apsfilter/scripts/configure
/usr/ports/print/ghostscript-gnu/scripts/configure
/usr/ports/print/ghostscript-gpl/scripts/configure


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