Table 6-20. Useful variables for ports that use Ruby
|USE_RUBY||The port requires Ruby.|
|USE_RUBY_EXTCONF||The port uses extconf.rb to configure.|
|USE_RUBY_SETUP||The port uses setup.rb to configure.|
|RUBY_SETUP||Set to the alternative name of setup.rb. Common value is install.rb.|
The following table shows the selected variables available to port authors via the ports infrastructure. These variables should be used to install files into their proper locations. Use them in pkg-plist as much as possible. These variables should not be redefined in the port.
Table 6-21. Selected read-only variables for ports that use Ruby
|RUBY_PKGNAMEPREFIX||Used as a PKGNAMEPREFIX to distinguish packages for different Ruby versions.||ruby18-|
|RUBY_VERSION||Full version of Ruby in the form of x.y.z.||1.8.2|
|RUBY_SITELIBDIR||Architecture independent libraries installation path.||/usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8|
|RUBY_SITEARCHLIBDIR||Architecture dependent libraries installation path.||/usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/amd64-freebsd6|
|RUBY_MODDOCDIR||Module documentation installation path.||/usr/local/share/doc/ruby18/patsy|
|RUBY_MODEXAMPLESDIR||Module examples installation path.||/usr/local/share/examples/ruby18/patsy|
A complete list of available variables can be found in /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.ruby.mk.