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Subject: Make possible to run pm2port from any directory.
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It would be nice to be able to run this from any directory to generate the port directory. cd /tmp pm2port Games::NES::SpriteMaker and have the p5-Games-NES-SpriteMaker directory created in whatever a directory with the $Cwd/$port_category outputting the pertinent path info: pm2port Games::NES::SpriteMaker Creating p5-Games-NES-SpriteMaker port... # Stuff here Successfully created games/p5-Games-NES-SpriteMaker then I can cp -r games/p5-Games-NES-SpriteMaker /usr/ports/games/ cd /usr/ports/games/p5-Games-NES-SpriteMaker; make install clean I understand that adding the port category may be troublesome, but at the very least I'd like to be able to run pm2port anywhere and get a port directory structure/Makefile generated even if it's just: $Cwd/p5-Games-NES-SpriteMaker Thanks


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