On Tuesday February 06, 2007 at 08:19:27 (AM) RW wrote:

> Probably it's just that someone need to patch it to change
> "sysutils/portmanager" to "ports-mgmt/portmanager" in the source.
> 
> As a workaround try linking portmanager's new port directory to where
> its old one was. As there will be a MOVED entry it's probably best to
> use it with the new origin, but make sure portmanager is up-to-date
> before running it on multiple ports, it wont be able to detect a
> self-update, and it doesn't like to do that as part of a general ports'
> update.

I reported this problem around 10 am. yesterday. Sometime around 2 pm. a
patch was submitted. An updated version of 'portmanager' was in the
port's system by 4 pm. Personally, I consider that a rather quick fix.

Yes, you will have to do a regular 'make install' to get the newer
version installed. You have to do a 'make deinstall' to remove the older
version first though.

-- 
Gerard

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