On 3/22/07, Dino Vliet <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hi folks, I saw this in usr/ports/UPDATING: 20070318: AFFECTS: users of devel/gettext (ie: YOU) AUTHOR: [EMAIL PROTECTED] As a result of the upgrade to gettext-0.16.1, the shared library version of libintl has changed, so you will need to rebuild all ports that depend on gettext (ie: most of them, sorry). portupgrade -rf gettext When I issued this last command, portupgrade -rf gettext I get this result: ---> Packages processed: 182 done, 0 ignored, 79 skipped and 7 failed ** Could not clean up temporary directory: Directory not empty - /var/tmp/portupgradeRtIfghsG So, what to do next? Should I continue this command until all packages are processed and none of them skipped and failed? Or can I continue upgrading all my ports as from now?
Rather than having it rebuild again the 182 that did succeed, as the above command would do, I used: portupgrade -rf gettext -x '>=gettext' to have it pick up where it left off in all the gettext rebuilding. To see what that list would be (and in the order they'd be rebuilt), I used: pkg_glob -r gettext -x '>=gettext' | pkg_sort ksb _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"