perl or net category? - was variables and external cmds / ${perl5.lib}

Daniel J. Luke dluke at
Sun Jan 28 16:12:19 PST 2007

On Jan 28, 2007, at 6:37 PM, Mark Duling wrote:
> Ok, it works.  Adding the 'PortGroup  perl5 1.0' statement to my port
> allowed me to use the variable ${perl5.archlib}, just what I  
> wanted.  The
> only remaiing question is when I add the perl portgroup to the  
> smokeping
> port, whether I should move the port to category dports/perl or  
> leave it
> in dports/net with perl as a secondary category.

I don't think it matters if you use the group code in a non perl  

Its probably best if you (as the maintainer) decide which categories  
the port belongs to.

Daniel J. Luke
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