On Tue, 22 May 2007 09:39:33 +0200
Heinrich Rebehn <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hi list,
> 
> i use
> 
> #  portmanager -s|grep OLD | sort -t: -k2
> 
> occasionally to see which ports need upgrading. Ports tree is
> cvsup'ed each night.
> 
> I then noticed that almost *all* X11 manpages had been deleted. :-(
> 
> The portmanager manpage reads:
> 
>       o   -s or --status
>            status of installed ports
> 
> My Question: how is it possible that this command *deletes* any ports?
> I am aware that there have been big changes to X11 recently, but 
> nevertheless, something like this should not happen.

That port has been removed from the tree. Portmanger will prompt you to
remove it and then do it automatically after a timeout. It's not really
intended to be machine-readable output.

pkg_version -vl"<" will give you a list of out of date ports.
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