On Sat, April 4, 2009 14:06, Matthew Seaman wrote: > Doug Poland wrote: >> Hello, >> >> I'm upgrading a server from 6.4 to 7.1 and am going through the >> relative pain of re-compiling all the ports. It's not as easy >> "portupgrade -af" because of all the special handling instructions >> of many ports. >> >> I have not found an "easy" way to keep track of the ports that need >> to be forcibly updated but have not undergone a version change. >> Because I approach the upgrade in steps, I need to run portupgrade >> several times but want to exclude stuff already compiled under 7.x. >> >> What I need is a command like: >> >> # portupgrade -af -x "already compiled on 7" >> >> >> Suggestions, comments, rebukes welcome. > > Assuming you start the upgrade today, then: > > # portupgrade -af -x ">=2009-04-04" > hmmm, I don't think it gets much easier than that. Thanks!
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