On Wed, Feb 07, 2001 at 08:23:35PM -0600, Michael C . Wu wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 08, 2001 at 01:56:11AM +0100, Leif Neland scribbled:
> | It seems pkg_update is only usable when installing from packages, not from
> | ports.
> Because it is a package update system. If you want to update
> from the ports, use 'pkg_version -c |sh'
Never, ever, *ever* do this.
"pkg_version -c" is a hack to make cut-n-paste easier. The output is
sorted alphabetically and no notice is taken of dependencies between
*If* you know what you're doing then -c is useful to help save you some
typing. But you should never run the commands automatically.
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