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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Sun, 13 Mar 2005
[ 22:34:11 edwin ] Original commit 
head/Mk/bsd.sites.mk
Implement Adam Weinbergers idea of an overridable bsd.sites.mk:

His idea was:

    What do you guys think of changing the +='s in bsd.sites.mk to
    ?='s? The deal is this: say I have a specific AfterStep dist
    site that I want to use, and I don't want the default listed
    sites to be attempted at all.

    As it stands now, there are two current solutions that I see:
    * edit bsd.sites.mk after every cvsup
    * put like 100 entries for that site in MASTER_SITE_AFTERSTEP
      in /etc/make.conf and turn on RANDOMIZE_MASTER_SITES

His solution was:

    Change the bsd.sites.mk to MASTER_SITE_AFTERSTEP?=, and then I
    can define MASTER_SITE_AFTERSTEP to be whatever I want it to
    be.

The final solution is:

    Add an .if !defined(IGNORE_MASTER_SITE_xxx) / .endif around all
    MASTER_SITE definitions:

    +.if !defined(IGNORE_MASTER_SITE_XORG)
     MASTER_SITE_XORG+= \
             ftp://ftp.x.org/pub/%SUBDIR%/ \
             ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/x11/x.org/pub/%SUBDIR%/ \
     [...]
    +.endif

This way, if you want to ignore the default MASTER_SITE_xxx and use
a certain mastersite for this collection, you set this in your
/etc/make.conf:

    IGNORE_MASTER_SITE_xxx=yes
    MASTER_SITE_xxx=http://z.x.y/

While if you prefer a certain mastersite for this collection, you
set this in your /etc/make.conf:

    MASTER_SITE_xxx=http://z.x.y/

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