On Sunday 02 March 2003 12:01 pm, Cliff Sarginson wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 02, 2003 at 01:49:21PM -0600, Mike Meyer wrote:
> > In <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Cliff Sarginson
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> typed:
> > > Will the ports maintainers *please* make sure they release
> > > compilable ports..especially for the big mothers like X/KDE.
> > I'm sure they do. However, they can't test in your environment. The
> > X ports built fine for me. I don't use KDE, so haven't tried to
> > build that. If you send the maintainer a note with the error
> > messages when you tried to build the port, they might be able to
> > fix it. A generic "it didn't build" on -questions almost certainly
> > means that nothing will happen.
> Ok Mike, I really do always respect your advice.
> I want as much as anyone else that things *work*.
> I do not mind geting my hand dirty, if it improves things.
> But I think, after reflecting on it, that the ports system is in a
> mess. I will see if I can be more positive about improving it.
> But I am dmned if I am going to learn Ruby :)
I just finished building kde and X. In the last 2 weeks I have
portupgrade -puf portupgrade
portupgrade -pufr png
portupgrade -pufr fontconfig
portupgrade -pufr libxml2
portupgrade -pufr ghostscript-gnu
I have also done a portupgrade -pufR XFree86 on a box with problems. It
wasn't X with the problem it turns out. I just wanted a clean X. There
was a minor problem with ghostscript-gnu's font directory during the
deinstall phase. I removed and did a make package to reinstall it.
What portupgrade options are you using? When you do "-r", you have to
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