In response to "Placid Publishing, LLC" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Say I have a new system with nothing installed on it yet from the ports
> collection. Lets say I install Apache and lets say it requires php,
> python, perl, and ruby. Now lets say I uninstall Apache with "pkg_delete
> Apache". Will it remove php, python, perl, and ruby? Or will it leave
> those packages? Even if nothing else is depending on them?
The system does not automatically clean up dependencies for you. If
you uninstall a package that leave dependencies behind, you'll have to
clean them up yourself.
> If it does, how can I remove those quickly with a pkg_* command? Also,
> what happens if other programs I installed later use php, python, or
> perl? I'm guessing they would just be left?
Install and use ports-mgmnt/pkg_cutleaves. It solves these problems if
you always use it to uninstall software.
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