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Fri Jan 8 18:36:41 PST 2010
At the core, portfiles are TCL scripts. And excluding anything except ui_msg, any called procedure except ui_msg would be to transformed into a no-op. This can't be done at runtime, and we can't possibly write a list of those procedures. So your idea is unrealisable.
Le 9 janv. 2010 à 03:29, Bradley Giesbrecht a écrit :
> On Jan 8, 2010, at 5:02 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Jan 8, 2010, at 18:20, Bradley Giesbrecht wrote:
>>> Since nothing I have installed has any notes in the portfile but many of them have ui_msg could we possibly add a flag or another command to print the ui_msg as well?
>>> port notes apache2 :ui_msg
>> Which ui_msgs? As explained, ui_msg can appear anywhere in a portfile, inside if clauses, inside phases, inside variants, etc.
> All the ui_msgs excluding non-selected variants.
>> I would rather ports be modified to start using the notes feature.
> Haven't you ever installed a port with -v that had deps, sometimes a lot of them, and wonder if there were any ui_msg for the deps that were important?
> I find many things more fun then searching through miles of scroll buffer.
> // Brad
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