Re: batching port builds

2006-07-02 Thread Nikolas Britton
On 6/30/06, Kevin Kinsey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Michael P. Soulier wrote: On 30/06/06 David J Brooks said: If you do 'make -DBATCH' instead of 'make' - you will use the preset defaults for each port with options. Or you can do 'make config-recursive' - which will offer you all the

Re: batching port builds

2006-07-01 Thread Javier Echaiz
You can put BATCH=yes in your /etc/make.conf The settings for each port (if it has something to config) are stored in /var/db/ports/{port dir name}/options (just in case you want to see what the port assumed). If you want to configure ports (with than ncurses blues screen) sometimes and assume

Re: batching port builds

2006-07-01 Thread backyard1454-bsd
--- Javier Echaiz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You can put BATCH=yes in your /etc/make.conf The settings for each port (if it has something to config) are stored in /var/db/ports/{port dir name}/options (just in case you want to see what the port assumed). If you want to configure ports

batching port builds

2006-06-30 Thread Michael P. Soulier
Apologies if this is in a FAQ, I didn't see it. How does one tell the ports system to not query interactively for input, and just take default build options, or a predefined set of options? Running a portupgrade -a and finding the night wasted while the box sat waiting for input is no fun at all.

Re: batching port builds

2006-06-30 Thread David J Brooks
On Friday 30 June 2006 11:10, Michael P. Soulier wrote: Apologies if this is in a FAQ, I didn't see it. How does one tell the ports system to not query interactively for input, and just take default build options, or a predefined set of options? Running a portupgrade -a and finding the night

Re: batching port builds

2006-06-30 Thread Michael P. Soulier
On 30/06/06 David J Brooks said: If you do 'make -DBATCH' instead of 'make' - you will use the preset defaults for each port with options. Or you can do 'make config-recursive' - which will offer you all the option screens for the port in whose directory you're currently in and all its

Re: batching port builds

2006-06-30 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Michael P. Soulier wrote: On 30/06/06 David J Brooks said: If you do 'make -DBATCH' instead of 'make' - you will use the preset defaults for each port with options. Or you can do 'make config-recursive' - which will offer you all the option screens for the port in whose directory you're

Re: batching port builds

2006-06-30 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Michael P. Soulier wrote: On 30/06/06 David J Brooks said: If you do 'make -DBATCH' instead of 'make' - you will use the preset defaults for each port with options. Or you can do 'make config-recursive' - which will offer you all the option screens for the port in whose directory you're

Re: batching port builds

2006-06-30 Thread David J Brooks
On Friday 30 June 2006 13:25, Michael P. Soulier wrote: On 30/06/06 David J Brooks said: If you do 'make -DBATCH' instead of 'make' - you will use the preset defaults for each port with options. Or you can do 'make config-recursive' - which will offer you all the option screens for the

Re: batching port builds

2006-06-30 Thread Gerard Seibert
Michael P. Soulier wrote: On 30/06/06 David J Brooks said: If you do 'make -DBATCH' instead of 'make' - you will use the preset defaults for each port with options. Or you can do 'make config-recursive' - which will offer you all the option screens for the port in whose directory

Re: batching port builds

2006-06-30 Thread RW
On Saturday 01 July 2006 00:44, Gerard Seibert wrote: Michael P. Soulier wrote: On 30/06/06 David J Brooks said: If you do 'make -DBATCH' instead of 'make' - you will use the preset defaults for each port with options. Or you can do 'make config-recursive' - which will offer you all

Re: batching port builds

2006-06-30 Thread RW
On Friday 30 June 2006 17:31, David J Brooks wrote: On Friday 30 June 2006 11:10, Michael P. Soulier wrote: Apologies if this is in a FAQ, I didn't see it. How does one tell the ports system to not query interactively for input, and just take default build options, or a predefined set of