--On Sunday, July 06, 2003 14:54:25 -0700 Derrick Ryalls <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Normally when building a port, I just type make install clean and let it
run.  However, I need to modify a source file before the build starts.
Since many patches are included in the port, I am looking for it to stop
after everything is downloaded extracted and patched, just before the
build starts.  Is there an elegant way of doing this besides hitting
Cntrl-C when it starts to build?

make patch is what you are looking for I believe.


-Derrick



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