Doug Barton checked a new infrastructure that integrates startup scripts
installed by ports into /usr/local/etc/rc.d into system rcorder. It's strongly
desirable to install startup scripts without .sh suffix, because scripts
suffixed with .sh are considered "non-compatible" and rcorder is not used with
I'm not addressing USE_RCORDER consumers for now. They can be converted to
USE_RC_SUBR once we deprecate systems older then 700007, or on case-by-case
Please consider attached fix:
Over to the keepers of the keys, masters of the seventh circle.
See also the useful conversation on this topic in
Accepted for testing on the cluster.
I think USE_RCORDER behavior must be changed too. There's no point in
installing scripts in /etc/rc.d/ since rcorder uses local startup scripts.
I guess it would be easier to add a USE_RC_SCRIPT variable similar to the
USE_RC_SUBR one (transition speaking).
Just my 0.02$.