quartz everything

Jeff Singleton gvibe06 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 11 17:27:25 PDT 2010

Yep ... Here is what I have in mine.  Because I know what each of
these variants do, I know that something I build and use regularly
requires features provided by one of them.

# variants.conf
-ipv6 +no_x11 -x11 +quartz -x11_xcb +gvfs +python26 +help_browser
+no_gcc43 -speex +mysql5 +postgresql84 +nonls +java +lib +aa +gtk2
+mng +tidy +smp +aqua +snmp +php5 +lua +ruby +guile +perl +colors
+wxwidgets +pcre +vim +no_mmx +gitweb +svn


On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 8:13 PM, Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org> wrote:
> On Aug 11, 2010, at 16:46, Alexy Khrabrov wrote:
>> I remember building mono under macports a while ago, and wanting
>> quartz, no X.  I had to painfully uninstall all gnomy things and
>> rebuild with no_x11.  Is there a way now to set it globally
>> beforehand, so no matter what builds, a quartz variant is build and
>> no_x11 preserved, if possible?  Or, is it possible to have both, and
>> when building mono, activate only no_x11 for all things which can do
>> it?
> Correct, you should decide, before you install any ports, whether you want X11 or no X11, Quartz or no Quartz. You can make these selections in the variants.conf file. You should not change these settings after you've already installed ports unless you know which ones would need to be rebuilt, and in what order, and then you rebuild them.
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