On 2009.02.03 14:48:24, David Kelly wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 03, 2009 at 11:21:23AM -0900, Mel wrote:
> > On Tuesday 03 February 2009 07:49:29 Jason Morgan wrote:
> > Do it a few times in a row, the sourceforge servers are overloaded
> > apparently and return false errors.
> > Either that, or familiarize yourself with XML categories, download the
> > file and update the XML cat file to use a local version rather then
> > remote for that particular file.
> Uh, tuning in late here. Also running portupgrade and had problems with
> policy and XML stuff.
> I think "portupgrade -f p5-XML-Parser" got me over the hurdle. There was
> a file missing altho the port was installed. Forced it to build and
> reinstall and things were able to build once again.
> Portupgrade is still building so I can't get at my shell history to
> verify.
> Did something similar for the international library stuff.

I've now gone through any number of different install strategies and
can't find a method that consistently allows me to get needed ports
installed. I finally, after trying off-and-on for three days, have X
working, but many of the applications I use everyday (e.g., anything
GTK/GNOME related) won't install. Mostly, I get streams of stuff like

http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.1.2/dbhierx.mod:115: parser
warning : PEReference: %list.class; not found
http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.1.2/dbhierx.mod:115: parser
warning : PEReference: %admon.class; not found
And assorted other parse errors.

Should I be submitting a PR for this?

~ Jason Morgan
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