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On Thu, 2005-07-14 at 23:38 -0400, Mike Frysinger wrote:
> On Thursday 14 July 2005 09:21 pm, Kristian Benoit wrote:
> > As I just fixed the pkg_config (see on gentoo-dev mailinglist) to allow
> > more interactiveness, I modified busybox's ebuild accordingly. So now
> > one could:
> > $ ebuild /path/to/busybox.ebuild unpack
> > $ ebuild /path/to/busybox.ebuild config # which pop a menuconfig
> > $ ebuild /path/to/busybox.ebuild merge
> wrong use of pkg_config imo
I share the same opinion, but it's a solution with the "actual" portage
version that allow someone to make menuconfig from an ebuild so the user
can pre-configure the package without doiing most of the job by hand.
> pkg_config is for post-emerge configuration
> what you want is a new function called 'src_config' which has been proposed
As make menuconfig is part of the build process and not a
post-configuration like pkg_config is, I sent another patch with a
src_preconfig (on gentoo-dev). See:
For src_config, it wont be there to run interactive stuff, but for
splitting src_compile in src_config and src_compile as non interactive
task. src_preconfig is there for optional interactiveness between
src_unpack and src_compile.
Imo, src_preconfig is way better, but some people dont seem to share my
opinion so I found this hack which allow a user to configure it without
doiing all the job by hand.
Thank for your feed back.
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