Dan Nelson skrev:
In the last episode (May 08), Chad Perrin said:
On Thu, May 08, 2008 at 10:52:15PM +0200, Lars Kristiansen wrote:
Chad Perrin skrev:
Let me know if I should take this to the ports mailing list instead of
the questions mailing list.
This is my problem:
# portupgrade neon-0.26.4
** Port directory not found: www/neon2
** Listing the failed packages (-:ignored / *:skipped / !:failed)
- www/neon2 (port directory error)
Does anyone have any troubleshooting tips for how I should deal
with this? This is the first time I've had a port fail to upgrade
because it suddenly seems to have ceased existing.
portupgrade -f -o www/neon26 neon
seemed to work for me
Isn't this the sort of information that should be in
/usr/ports/UPDATING? In my case, there's nothing in that file that
comes up when I search for the string "neon" (without quotes).
Do you update your entire ports tree, or just certain subdirs? My copy
of /usr/ports/MOVED ( rev 1.1591 ) has the following:
www/neon|www/neon26|2008-05-05|Moved to be able to integrate www/neon26
which portupgrade should have used to determine the new location of
If I understand this correctly from:
The MOVED file was updated perhaps wrongly at first and then corrected.
So we who ran pkgdb -fF in the half a day before the correction would be
thrown off in this case.
Would an additional line had solved it, like:
www/neon2|www/neon26|2008-05-05|Moved straight to www/neon26
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