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diff --git a/system/man-db/doinst.sh b/system/man-db/doinst.sh
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- OLD="$(dirname $NEW)/$(basename $NEW .new)"
- # If there's no config file by that name, mv it over:
- if [ ! -r $OLD ]; then
- mv $NEW $OLD
- elif [ "$(cat $OLD | md5sum)" = "$(cat $NEW | md5sum)" ]; then
- # toss the redundant copy
- rm $NEW
- # Otherwise, we leave the .new copy for the admin to consider...
-# In English, the if/find below means "only run the database creation if
-# it was last done over an hour ago". This is needed because upgradepkg
-# runs doinst.sh twice, but I don't want the 10+ minute long database
-# creation to happen twice on upgrade (or at all, when I'm repeatedly
-# reinstalling man-db for testing purposes).
- [ ! -e /var/cache/man/man-db ] || \
- [ -n "$( find var/cache/man/ -type d -a -name man-db -a -mmin +60 )" ]
-# Generate the initial man database (or rebuild it if it exists).
-# We want to skip this step if installing somewhere besides / (e.g. with
-# the -root option or ROOT env variable set for installpkg), hence the
-# readlink silliness.
-# The -c option means it blows away any existing db. I thought about
-# leaving it off (it will still create the db if it doesn't exist),
-# but decided it's better to build it fresh if the package gets
-# reinstalled (in case the db format has changed, or in case the
-# db is corrupted and the user is trying to fix it by reinstalling
-# this package).
-# the 2>/dev/null was added for 2.7.6 because it complains about
-# missing CACHEDIR.TAG files... which don't matter, because we've
-# got NOCACHE in the config file.
- ( \
- [ -x /bin/readlink ] && \
- [ "$( /bin/readlink -f $( pwd ) )" = "/" ] && \
- ( [ -x /opt/man-db/bin/mandb ] && /opt/man-db/bin/mandb -c -q ) || \
- ( [ -x /usr/bin/mandb ] && /usr/bin/mandb -c -q ) \
- ) 2>/dev/null