Peter Boosten wrote:
Mitja wrote:
Update of gnome-keyring:

[snip]
Stop in /usr/ports/security/gnome-keyring.

I think this might be the solution to your problem (from
/usr/ports/UPDATING):

<quote>
20090110:
  AFFECTS: users of GNOME and GTK+
  AUTHOR: gn...@freebsd.org

  GNOME has been updated to 2.24.x.  You have to deinstall a few ports first
  before using portupgrade or portmaster in order to successfully upgrade
  your GNOME installation.  After successfully upgrade, you have to
reinstall
  gnome-session so the gnome.desktop session file is properly installed.

  Portupgrade users:
    # pkgdb -Ff
    (Answer "yes" to unregister gail while keeping gtk20.)
    (Answer "yes" to unregister fast-user-switch-applet while keeping gdm.)

    # pkg_deinstall -fO gtkmm-2.12\*
    # portupgrade -aOW
    # portupgrade -f gnome-session

  Portmaster users:
    # pkg_delete -f gtkmm-2.12\*
    # portmaster -a
    # portmaster gnome-session

</quote>

Peter
oh, sorry, i replied to the poster only, not group.

this was related to perl update, and seems it would affect most ports that use perl to build, not just gnome-keyring.

in UPDATING

20090113:
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.8
AUTHOR: s...@freebsd.org

lang/perl5.8 has been updated to 5.8.9. You should update everything
depending on perl. The easiest way to do that is to use
perl-after-upgrade script supplied with lang/perl5.8. Please see
its manual page for details

rgds

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