On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 10:20 AM, Aurélien Ansel
<aurelien.an...@netasq.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> (sorry for my poor english)
>
> I have a problem, I'm trying to upgrade an existing port (net/scapy) , I
> have done some changes in the Makefile but when I test the command 'make
> config' I have :
>
>   ===> Options unchanged
>
> I haven't the dialog box with the differents kinds of Options that are
> written in the Makefile, i have try the 'make rmconfig' but no change.
> I am working on my personnal directory, not in /usr/ports/...
>
> The Makefile is:
>
> # New ports collection makefile for:    scapy
> # Date created:        08 dec 2005
> # Whom:            vanhu <va...@netasq.com>
> #
> # $FreeBSD: ports/net/scapy/Makefile,v 1.6 2008/11/19 20:41:56 lwhsu Exp $
> #
> # TODO: - configurable --enable-xxx for various additional dependancies
>
> PORTNAME=    scapy
> PORTVERSION=    2.0.0.10
> CATEGORIES=    net
> MASTER_SITES=    http://secdev.org/projects/scapy/files/
>
> MAINTAINER=    va...@netasq.com
> COMMENT=    Powerful interactive packet manipulation program in python
>
> RUN_DEPENDS=    ${PYTHON_SITELIBDIR}/dnet.so:${PORTSDIR}/net/py-libdnet \
>       ${PYTHON_SITELIBDIR}/pcap.py:${PORTSDIR}/net/py-pcap
>
> MAN1=        scapy.1
> MANCOMPRESSED=    yes
>
> USE_PYTHON=    2.5+
> USE_PYDISTUTILS=yes
>
> OPTIONS=    PYX "Support for PostScript and PDF graphs drawing" off \
>       PYCRYPTO "Support for py-crypto for WEP decoding" off \
>       PYGNUPLOT "Support for py-gnuplot wrapper to plot graphs" off \
>       P0F_BASE "Support for p0f OS signatures database" off \
>       QUESO_BASE "Support for queso OS signatures database" off \
>       NMAP "Support for nmap OS signatures database" off \
>       MANUF "Support for wireshark's MANUF MAC database" off
>
> .include <bsd.port.pre.mk>
>
> .if defined(WITH_PYX)
> RUN_DEPENDS+=
>  ${PYTHON_SITELIBDIR}/pyx/__init__.py:${PORTSDIR}/graphics/py-PyX
> .endif
>
> .if defined(WITH_PYCRYPTO)
> RUN_DEPENDS+=
>  ${PYTHON_SITELIBDIR}/Crypto/__init__.py:${PORTSDIR}/security/py-pycrypto
> .endif
>
> .if defined(WITH_PYGNUPLOT)
> RUN_DEPENDS+=
>  ${PYTHON_SITELIBDIR}/Gnuplot/__init__.py:${PORTSDIR}/math/py-gnuplot
> .endif
>
> .if defined(WITH_P0F_BASE)
> RUN_DEPENDS+=    ${LOCALBASE}/etc/p0f/p0f.fp:${PORTSDIR}/net-mgmt/p0f
> .endif
>
> .if defined(WITH_QUESO_BASE)
> RUN_DEPENDS+=    ${LOCALBASE}/etc/queso.conf:${PORTSDIR}/net/queso
> .endif
>
> .if defined(WITH_NMAP)
> RUN_DEPENDS+=
>  ${LOCALBASE}/share/nmap/nmap-os-fingerprints:${PORTSDIR}/security/nmap
> .endif
>
> .if defined(WITH_MANUF)
> RUN_DEPENDS+=
>  ${LOCALBASE}/share/wireshark/manuf:${PORTSDIR}/net/wireshark
> .endif
>
> SCAPY_MODULES=    nmap.py p0f.py queso.py
>
> post-patch:
>   @${REINPLACE_CMD} "s,share/man/man1,man/man1," ${WRKSRC}/setup.py
>   @${REINPLACE_CMD} "s,%%LOCALBASE%%,${LOCALBASE}," \
>       ${SCAPY_MODULES:S,^,${WRKSRC}/scapy/modules/,} \
>       ${WRKSRC}/scapy/config.py \
>       ${WRKSRC}/scapy/utils6.py
>
> .include <bsd.port.post.mk>
>
>
>
>
> - Aurélien Ansel

The port options are stored in /var/db/ports. You can delete the
"options" file for your package from that dir. There's also ways to
force the configuration of files using portupgrade/portmaster. For
portmaster, the command is "portmaster --force-config". I don't know
about portupgrade.
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