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NAME

ruby-modulelang/ruby port module

DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents the behavior of setting MODULE=lang/ruby in the ports(7) tree.
Sets MODRUBY_REV, RUBY, RAKE, RSPEC, MODRUBY_BIN_TESTRB, MODRUBY_BIN_RSPEC, MODRUBY_WANTLIB, MODRUBY_RUN_DEPENDS, MODRUBY_LIB_DEPENDS, MODRUBY_BUILD_DEPENDS, MODRUBY_RSPEC_DEPENDS, MODRUBY_RSPEC3_DEPENDS, MODRUBY_RUBY_ADJ, MODRUBY_ADJ_FILES, MODRUBY_LIBDIR, MODRUBY_DOCDIR, MODRUBY_SITEARCHDIR, MODRUBY_SITEDIR, MODRUBY_EXAMPLEDIR, MODRUBY_ARCH, MODRUBY_LIBREV, MODRUBY_BINREV, MODRUBY_HANDLE_FLAVORS, MODRUBY_PKG_PREFIX, MODRUBY_FLAVOR, MODRUBY_TEST, MODRUBY_TEST_TARGET, MODRUBY_TEST_DIR, MODRUBY_TEST_ENV, MODRUBY_BUILD_TARGET, MODRUBY_INSTALL_TARGET, MODRUBY_EXTRACT_TARGET, GEM, GEM_BIN, GEM_LIB, GEM_BASE_LIB, GEM_ABS_PATH, GEM_BASE_BIN, GEM_BIN_SUFFIX, GEM_MAN_SUFFIX, and GEM_FLAGS.
Appends to CATEGORIES and SUBST_VARS. Appends to BUILD_DEPENDS unless MODRUBY_BUILDDEP is set to No or NO_BUILD is set to Yes. Appends to RUN_DEPENDS unless MODRUBY_RUNDEP is set to No.
MODRUBY_RSPEC_DEPENDS is set to the dependency line for the rspec 1 port for the version of ruby in use. MODRUBY_RSPEC3_DEPENDS is set to the dependency line for the rspec 3 port for the version of ruby in use. RUBY, RAKE, and MODRUBY_BIN_TESTRB are the path to the ruby, rake, and testrb binaries for the related ruby implementation. RSPEC and MODRUBY_BIN_RSPEC are the path to the spec (rspec 1) and rspec (rspec 2 and 3) binaries for the related ruby implementation.
MODRUBY_RUBY_ADJ is a command that takes filename arguments and replaces the /usr/bin/env ruby shebang lines with RUBY. MODRUBY_ADJ_FILES is a list of filename patterns that will automatically have MODRUBY_RUBY_ADJ called on them during pre-configure.
Creates a do-test target if MODRUBY_TEST is used and one is not already defined. MODRUBY_TEST can be set to ruby, rake, rspec, rspec3, or testrb to choose the appropriate binary to run the regress tests. MODRUBY_TEST_ENV can be used to set environment variables for the regress tests. MODRUBY_TEST_DIR can be used to set the directory in which to execute the regress tests, it defaults to WRKSRC. MODRUBY_TEST_TARGET sets the argument to the regress test program.
Supports additional CONFIGURE_STYLEs, and setting specific CONFIGURE_STYLEs modifies some additional parameters:
To ensure that dependencies use the same ruby implementation as the current port, all ruby gem dependencies specified in the port should use this format:
category/ruby-foo,${MODRUBY_FLAVOR}
The "ruby gem" and "ruby gem ext" CONFIGURE_STYLEs cause the FULLPKGNAME to use the FLAVOR instead of ruby as the package prefix. Specifying MODRUBY_FLAVOR is necessary so that if a ruby x.y package is being built for the current port, it depends on the ruby x.y package of the dependencies.
The ports system defaults to using ruby 2.4 if the version of ruby is not specified. If you want to specify a version for a gem port, use a specific FLAVOR, such as ruby24 to use ruby 2.4. If you want to specify a version for a non-gem port, set MODRUBY_REV for the version of ruby you want to use (2.3, 2.4, jruby).
If you do not want the ports system to automatically set up FLAVORs when using a gem port, set MODRUBY_HANDLE_FLAVORS to No. Similarly, if you want the ports system to automatically set up FLAVORs when using a non-gem port, set MODRUBY_HANDLE_FLAVORS to Yes. When MODRUBY_HANDLE_FLAVORS is Yes, the ports system automatically adds the appropriate prefix to the FULLPKGNAME (e.g. jruby- for jruby, ruby24- for ruby 2.4). Additionally, it adds GEM_BIN_SUFFIX and GEM_MAN_SUFFIX to SUBST_VARS so that the PLISTs will work on multiple ruby versions.
For ruby gem ports that can work on multiple ruby versions or implementations, any binary file entries in the PLIST should be appended with GEM_BIN_SUFFIX. This is because the gem binaries for multiple ruby versions are all installed to ${LOCALBASE}/bin, and the binaries all use a version-specific suffix. Any man pages and other files that would be installed to locations not specific to a ruby implementation (such as under ${LOCALBASE}/share), should use GEM_MAN_SUFFIX before the extension so the different FLAVORs do not conflict.
make update-plist may remove GEM_BIN_SUFFIX and GEM_MAN_SUFFIX from the PLIST, or use them in inappropriate places where they shouldn't be used, so be careful when updating gem ports with binaries or man pages. Additionally, for gem ports with C extensions, make update-plist will add back files used by the specific FLAVOR you are using (such as files under the extension source directory), which may not exist for other FLAVORs, so always manually check the result of make update-plist and manually test that you can build the other FLAVORs before committing. Additionally, for gems with C extensions, make update-plist may add back the extension source files, which shouldn't be included in the files, so make sure to double check that all files added by make update-plist should be included in the package.

SEE ALSO

port-modules(5)
November 1, 2017 OpenBSD-current