I upgrade installed packages automatically via Portupgrade every day.
But I don't like to attempt a rebuild of OpenOffice too :D
There is a good idea that doesn't rebuild OpenOffice.
You can do as this:
# mkdir /usr/ports/editors/openoffice.org-2/work
# chflags schg /usr/ports/editors/openoffice.org-2/work
Portupgrade will skip rebuilding OpenOffice against its will.
2008/3/2, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > If you truly are just looking at the dependency list and do not
> > wish to have make do anything, wouldn't this do the trick:
> > http://portsmon.freebsd.org/portdependencytree.py
> Not quite, because it doesn't show which of the dependencies
> I have already got installed, and which of those would need
> to be updated.
> Secondly, I would have needed to know it existed :)
> > I guess you would need to have an up to date ports tree for this
> > to be accurate.
> Not a problem in this case. The whole point is to find out what-all
> I would be stuck with building in order to build one particular port
> after updating the tree a few days ago.
> Why not just rebuild everything? Because I'm not willing to attempt
> a rebuild of OpenOffice -- that was a collosal PITA the first time
> -- nor the xorg migration; I figure those are better accomplished by
> a clean install once the Mall's 7.0 CD set is ready.
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