On Tue, 29 May 2007 22:08:47 +0200
Roland Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> You could clear out the files in /usr/ports/distfiles, because you can always
> download those again.

There is actually a utility, included with the portupgrade port, that removes 
unneeded src tarballs from distfiles and packages from packages/All, as well as 
cleaning your tree. by 'uneeded' i mean, either old or not currently installed.
The util is portsclean, and I run it as follows:

sudo portsclean -C -DD -L -P

For more details,
man portsclean 
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