On Sun, Feb 02, 2003 at 02:39:11AM -0800, Kent Stewart wrote:
> On Sunday 02 February 2003 02:32 am, Gunnar Flygt wrote:
> > Since a week or two  the INDEX file in /usr/ports is aways back
> > to the status of 30 December last year, after I've fetched the lates
> > ports with cvsup. I do a make index in /usr/ports and gets it up
> > to date, but when I cvsup again it's back to 30 December.
> >
> > Gives weird results when using portversion -v  Lots of ports have
> > too high revision numbers.
> INDEX has never been updated at a frequent rate. You have always needed 
> to build the current version after you cvsup ports-all. Right now, 
> "make index" produces some strange results and portsdb -uU produces a 
> different set of strange results. I use the -uU way to build my INDEX 
> and INDEX.db.

Thanks for the answer, but the problem has never been so obvious
as it has the latest week, when I got the "Installed port succeeds
the port version" or whatever it says.

I'll use the pkgdb -uU instead of makeindex then.
> Kent
> >
> > Please cc me, I'm not on questions
> -- 
> Kent Stewart
> Richland, WA
> http://users.owt.com/kstewart/index.html

Gunnar Flygt, Postmaster SR

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