On Sat, 27 Oct 2007 00:12:49 -0400
"E. J. Cerejo" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Not anymore! Every time I cvsup my ports tree and I see all of those
> ports that need to be updated my belly aches and that's because
> portupgrade doesn't work the way it used to work. It is not fun any
> more! Always an issue, either a port conflicts with another port or
> it fails all together. I have forgotten the last time I updated my
> ports without any issues. Today scrollkeeper is conflicting with
> rarian, they install files on the same directory. Go figure. Those
> were the days when it used to work.
This is one of the main reasons users are having a serious look at
Linux distros like Fedora or some Debian-ish ones.
I have used (and still do) both flavors of the above and I have to tell
y, updating the installed apps is as easy as apt-get update ot yum
I used to love spending my Friday nights updating my FreeBSD ports -
then, as you are finding out - it's just getting tedious.
I'm unsure if there is the makings of a whole new way to update/upgrade
the ports, but it's something that should be considered.
Please - I know what some of you out there will say, "Then why don't
you do it" - I'm not criticizing, simply commenting on my experiences.
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