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    1: # pkgsrc targets
    2: 
    3: It was proposed that we document _all_ pkgsrc targets,
    4: but this is unreasonable and useless.
    5: Most targets are ancilliary ones,
    6: they exist because that's how make(1) works,
    7: only few of them are useful for regular work.
    8: 
    9: The following targets may be useful to invoke from keyboard:
   10: 
   11: * "extract" to look at unmodified source
   12: * "patch" to look at initial source
   13: * "configure" to stop after configure stage
   14: * "all" or "build" to stop after build stage
   15: * "stage-install" to install under stage directory
   16: * "test" to run package's self-tests, if any exist and supported
   17: * "package" to create binary package before installing it
   18: * "replace" to change (upgrade, downgrade, or just replace) installed package in-place
   19: * "deinstall" to deinstall previous package
   20: * "package-install" to install package and build binary package
   21: * "install" to install package
   22: 
   23: For example, package updating looks like this:
   24: <pre>
   25: rm -f distinfo && su root -c "make makesum clean" && make makepatchsum
   26: make clean && make stage-install # build
   27: # modify patches
   28: make makepatchsum # and build again, or
   29: make makepatchsum && make clean && make patch # until all patches apply, if they failed at first
   30: make print-PLIST | diff -u PLIST -
   31: # modify PLIST
   32: rm $(make show-var VARNAME=WRKDIR)/.PLIST* # this deserves to be another target
   33: make stage-install
   34: # modify PLIST again or build again
   35: make test # just to check for regressions
   36: su root -c "make package deinstall bin-install" # or
   37: su root -c "make package replace"
   38: </pre>

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