> Aside what Michael pointed out, ports-mgmt/pkg_cutleaves is much
> easier for this task. It will only delete leaves, so if b is
> still needed by X, it will not come up on the next iteration. And
> you get to see the short description of the package, so may
> decide to keep it anyway...
I'd like to suggest a better solution is not auto-deleting in
either direction. Even if the code were perfect - of which there is
no evidence - the people are not, Unless you're (generic "you")
planning to wipe out something huge (e.g. X11, or Gnome/KDE) and
know _exactly_ what you're doing ... it's like hanging a "Kick me!"
sign around your neck.
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