Local ports repository for non-standard prefix
raphael.cohn at stormmq.com
Tue Jan 14 20:43:58 UTC 2020
What I'd like to do is run my own local archive in my own machine without
running a webserver.
I'd like to compile my ports from source and install them. I'd like to
uninstall them. The next time I install I'd like to use the previously
built results. The archives created in var/macports/software are perfect
for overlaying so I fail to understand how to make this work.
On Tue, 14 Jan 2020, 18:45 Ryan Schmidt, <ryandesign at macports.org> wrote:
> On Jan 14, 2020, at 03:52, Raphael Cohn wrote:
> > I'm trying to get macports to use a local (file://) repository for a
> macports installed in a non-standard prefix (in this case, a project local
> macports, ie per user, per project) with a mixture of private and public
> port files. I want to be able to build from source the first time, then use
> a previously built archive for any subsequent operations. For example.
> uninstalling and reinstalling a bunch of ports as the project evolves.
> > Ideally, I thought I could just create an entry in archive_sites.conf
> that pointed to <prefix>/var/macports/software, but that doesn't work;
> adding use of incoming/verified to point to a package in software (symlink)
> doesn't work; signing with my own key doesn't work. I must be missing
> > Is this even possible?
> I don't think I understand what you're trying to do.
> <prefix>/var/macports/software is where MacPorts puts compressed archives
> of the ports you've installed. If you uninstall a port, its corresponding
> archive in that directory will be deleted.
> So it doesn't make sense to list that location in archive_sites.conf,
> since there would never be an occasion when you need to install a port and
> there would be an archive already there. The archive would only be there if
> the port is already installed.
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