Just ran my weekly cvsup program followed by portsbd -Uu. Tried running portsversion -l and received a message indicating that I should run pkgdb -F to deal with a stale dependency. Note following:
Stale dependency: sgmlformat-1.7_2 -> docbook-3.1_2 (textproc/docbook-310): docbook-xsl-1.62.3 (score:43%) ? ([y]es/[n]o/[a]ll)
My understanding here is that I'm to choose between the dependency the port has recorded, docbook-3.1_2, or the one installed, docbook-xsl-1.62.3. I took a look at the sgmlformat-1.7_2 port and found the following:
R-deps: docbook-1.2_1 docbook-241_2 docbook-3.0_2 docbook-3.1_2 docbook-4.0_2 do cbook-4.1_2 iso8879-1986_2 jade-1.2.1_5 linuxdoc-1.1_1 xmlcatmgr-1.1
I went back to the prompt in the pkgdb program and indicated "no". This was followed by:
New dependency? (? to help):
Wasn't sure how to respond, so I aborted the program and ran pkgdb -Fa which didn't fix the dependencies either. It did, however repeat the stale dependency prompt for all 6 of the docbook dependencies shown above.
Can anyone help me understand what the program is looking for at the new dependency prompt? I was about to respond with a delete command but wasnt' sure what I would be deleting? I did backup /var/db/pkg.
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