If one has a number of Apache profiles, but has apache22_enable set
to NO, rc.d script still prints the names of the profiles (but, of
cource, does no further actions). This is a bit annoying as it can
provoke the thoughts that something gone terribly wrong.
Fix: The following patch fixes the situation. Furthermore, it checks
the apache22*_enable values to be 'yes', 'no' or 'none' and issues
warning if some variable has the other value.
Add a couple of Apache profiles, do not set individual values
for apache22_<profile>_enable and set apache22_enable to NO.
Run /usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache22 start and see the profile
The same effect can be achieved if not all apache22_<profile>_enable
are set to 'yes': rc.d script will still output names of all profiles.
Over to maintainer
Patch committed, thanks!