Roberto Nunnari wrote:
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Can anybody tell me about /etc/make.conf in FreeBSD-5.2.1 ??
Yesterday I moved away /etc/make.conf that looked like this: pcm2028.dti.supsi.ch# cat /etc/make.conf.back # -- use.perl generated deltas -- # # Created: Thu Nov 13 18:49:33 2003 # Setting to use base perl from ports: PERL_VER=5.6.1 PERL_VERSION=5.6.1 PERL_ARCH=mach NOPERL=yo NO_PERL=yo NO_PERL_WRAPPER=yo
then I went on on upgrading my ports system as described in /usr/ports/UPDATING..
# portupgrade -o lang/perl5.8 -f perl-5.6.1_15 # portupgrade -f p5-\*
and all the rest till # portupgrade -rf textproc/expat2
today, I went on to do make buildworld and checked /etc/make.conf and guess what? It is again there: pcm2028.dti.supsi.ch# cat /etc/make.conf # -- use.perl generated deltas -- # # Created: Tue Aug 10 16:35:06 2004 # Setting to use base perl from ports: PERL_VER=5.6.1 PERL_VERSION=5.6.1 PERL_ARCH=mach NOPERL=yo NO_PERL=yo NO_PERL_WRAPPER=yo
so.. I just upgraded perl to 5.8, but somehow in /etc/make.conf it says to use version 5.6.1..
pcm2028.dti.supsi.ch# which perl /usr/bin/perl
pcm2028.dti.supsi.ch# perl --version This is perl, v5.6.1 built for i386-freebsd
pcm2028.dti.supsi.ch# pkg_info|grep perl
p5-DBI-1.41 The perl5 Database Interface. Required for DBD::* modules
p5-Test-Harness-2.40 Run perl standard test scripts with statistics
p5-Test-Simple-0.47_1 Basic utilities for writing tests in perl
p5-Time-HiRes-1.55,1 A perl5 module implementing High resolution time, sleep, an
perl-5.6.1_15 Practical Extraction and Report Language
perl-5.8.2_5 Practical Extraction and Report Language
This is because perl 5.6.1 is the one used by default. You can switch betwenn using the perl that came with the base system (5.6.1) and the most recent perl that's in the ports by doing
respectively (the argument to the top one might be "base" instead of "system", I'm not sure).
If you do this alot, /etc/make.conf will fill up with sections starting with # -- use.perl generated deltas -- #, so I usually clean up every now and then, leaving only one copy of them in.
Hopte this helps!
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