Mel Flynn wrote:
On Monday 13 April 2009 03:56:15 Tim Judd wrote:
On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 5:10 PM, Chris Whitehouse <cwhi...@onetel.com>wrote:
Is there a make target which will give a list of _all_ dependencies
recursively not just next level up? Or a port? I tried
ports-mgmt/pkg_tree but it only seems to work with installed ports.
I don't care if I get duplicates as long as every dependency is listed at
1) It surpresses config target and if a port has OPTIONS set, then you may get
surprised once you've configured the port and ticked/unticked an option
2) It includes EXTRACT_DEPENDS, PATCH_DEPENDS and BUILD_DEPENDS, which
typically don't end up in run dependencies. Looking at the subject this may
not be what you need.
make -C /usr/ports/category/portname -V LIB_DEPENDS -V RUN_DEPENDS
will list the dependencies that will be registered in /var/db/pkg. Recurse
through the list, take the second field split by : and run the above for each
origin. Something like the script below, which calls the config target if not
configured, remembers already visited dependencies and then prints the runtime
Thanks Mel and Tim. I am trying to determine how much disk space the
distfiles for a port would use. I can get the file size from the
distinfo file in the port directory. So I need to list dependencies for
which a distfile would be downloaded.
I guess my question now is which targets or variables need to be
included to achieve that. (I know it includes build dependencies.
I didn't include build deps in the subject because I figured replies
would give me the principle and I could expand from that.)
I took a guess at the existence of BUILD_DEPENDS and added it into the
script. Running the modified script on multimedia/vlc I get the same
number of dependencies as make all-depends-list so make all-depends-list
is the same as make -V LIB_DEPENDS -V RUN_DEPENDS -V BUILD-DEPENDS for
vlc. Is that all I need for any port?
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