How t ouse external frameworks
m.rick at laposte.net
Sun Mar 6 15:00:16 PST 2011
Le 6 mars 2011 à 21:43, Rainer Müller a écrit :
> On 2011-03-06 21:30 , M-Rick wrote:
>> I would need to compile some ports using external frameworks stored in /Library/Frameworks.
>> How can I tell Macports to check this path ?
>> I tried to put in in PATH variables, but it doesn't seem to care about it.
> Sorry, but that's not supported:
> What kind of ports are these? Portfiles you created on your own outside
> of the official tree? In this case you could add the path in the
> specific Portfile. Ports in our tree should bring all required
> dependencies with them.
Yes they are made from portfiles coming from the official tree but build with a special path and cleaned without the unneeded libraries and files. My aim is to have in a special and appropriate location once, a set of libraries that I can update easily with MacPorts, then built several port from Macport, over this set just once.
For example, to make it simple, let's say I would like just once libjpeg and its dependencies built once, stored in the path /Library/Frameworks/jpeg.framework and then I want to build 3 or 4 applications that will connect over my jpeg.framework i previously built.
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