Created attachment 222495 [details]
Currently '/usr/local/bin/python3.7' is used as the value of PYTHON_CMD. Right now it is proper because 3.7 is the default version of Python 3 in ports tree. But it will be change to newer version in the future. Additionally, if user build packages from ports tree by himself he can change default version of Python 3 by adding 'DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=python3=3.x' in make.conf. In such cases setting PYTHON_CMD to '/usr/local/bin/python3.7' is improper.
BTW in the section 1.1 of FDP user is told to install 'python3' package. This is meta package that depends on the default version of Python 3. And if it is installed '/usr/local/bin/python3' is created as the symbolic link to the Python 3 interpreter of the default version (e.g. /usr/local/bin/python3.7). So if '/usr/local/bin/python3' is used as the value of PYTHON_CMD, it works fine regardless of which version is assigned to the default of Python 3.
So change the value of PYTHON_CMD in doc tree to '/usr/local/bin/python3'.
I'll take this.
Are you okay with being credited with `git commit --author="Yasuhiro Kimura <email@example.com>" ?
Ah, I see that you've already got plenty of ports under your email, so I take it it's fine to use it. :)
This landed as https://cgit.freebsd.org/doc/commit/?id=8750cad4505afa3e6a21d2b52d89a8f6ab58a131