[PATCH] Postfix port

Daniel J. Luke dluke at geeklair.net
Thu Sep 28 12:03:35 PDT 2006

On Sep 28, 2006, at 3:01 PM, Mark Duling wrote:
>> You can't really delete those files on install, but they are an old
>> holdover from before we had destroot.keepdirs , so you can probably
>> change the portfile to no longer generate them.
> I don't understand.  destroot.keepdirs generates those files as well.

I guess you're right, I thought that destroot.keepdirs preserved the  
directories without creating those files, but I was wrong.

> Wouldn't deleting them in the post-activate phase still adhere to our
> guidelines?  I hope so because I did that with one port of mine.  I  
> wish
> there were a better way to create empty directories.

post-activate doesn't run in direct mode.

Daniel J. Luke
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