How do I tell macports that a step is finished?

Daniel J. Luke dluke at
Wed Sep 9 14:39:15 PDT 2009

On Sep 9, 2009, at 5:31 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> It's already done the dependencies, the fetch, the configuration
>> (which failed before, and now is manually done, as well as the i386
>> half of the compile.)
>> How do I say "Step X is done, go to the next step"?
> That information is recorded in the state file, which is stored in  
> the file named .macports.${name}.state in the port's work directory.  
> It includes a line for every completed phase.

... but manually editing it is almost never what you actually want to  
do (hint - whatever you did to 'manually' run configure could be added  
to the portfile so that when port runs configure it works).

Daniel J. Luke
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