On Wed, 28 Mar 2007 20:34:00 -0400, "Michael P. Soulier" wrote:
>Now, I've been upgrading ports via
>portupgrade -R <port>
>as suggested in the handbook. As -R upgrades only those packages that require
>those supplied, and not those that it requires, would that cause it?

Be careful with your syntax: '-R' isn't consistent between pkg_info and
portupgrade:  Running 'pkg_info -R' will downward recurse, or show
dependencies of the port in question, but 'portupgrade -R' will upward
recurse and upgrade every port on which it depends - which often causes a
_lot_ of ports to be rebuilt and is, in fact, the opposite of your
description above. I've been caught by this before...

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