No, that was fine. I understand what you are saying. I was actually thinking
that myself, I was just wondering if anyone had any easier way. It's not a
big deal really, I just change the default install dirs on one port. That
means that I change all of 4 lines in a Makefile, I was just wondering.
Thanks anyway man.
> If you have lots of disk space, you can try using CVSup to mirror the CVS
> repository and let CVS merge your changes:
> * Omit the `tag' in your cvsupfile. Just don't put one in.
> * Change the `prefix' to a place where you have a lot of space, such
> as /usr/local/portcvs. (Do NOT use /usr!)
> * Cvsup as normal.
> * You should find a lot of files in /usr/local/portcvs/ports/* with
> names ending in ",v". These are the CVS files.
> * Back up your ports tree (mv /usr/ports /usr/ports.old).
> * cd /usr && cvs -d /usr/local/portcvs checkout ports
> * If all went well, you have a ports tree.
> Now, always cvsup this way. To update your main ports tree, do
> `cd /usr/ports && cvs -d /usr/local/portcvs update'. This will
> try and merge your changes.
> This may have been a bit difficult to understand. I'm sure someone else can
> explain it better than I :-)
> -- Josh
> > Thanks
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