Thanks Bill. I use the port upgrade suit for all of my port management
needs. I guess what I can do is just pkg_info the pkg I am going to
delete then see if I need the deps or not and un-install them as well.
Bill Moran wrote:
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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