> * Derrick Ryalls <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2003-07-06 14.54 -0700]:
> > 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?
> man ports(7), look for the word TARGETS. In this case 'make patch' 
> (without the ''), instead of 'make install clean' would do what you 
> want.
> HTH,
> -- 
> Martin Karlsson

Thanks to all that responded.  I knew there had to be a better way.

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