On Fri, Apr 09, 2004 at 09:34:09PM +0200, Andreas Davour wrote: > On Fri, 9 Apr 2004, Martin Hudec wrote: > > > Hi Andreas, > > > > don't you really have atk in /usr/ports/accessibility/atk directory? > > No. > > > Perhaps look into ports-supfile.. do you have there ports-all enabled? > > No, I have it commented out, since I left all the individual ports > collections in there instead, except for arabic, hebrew and some other > exotic languages.
That was a bad idea, since new collections are added from time to time. If you really feel the need to avoid fetching some ports-categories it is better to use a refuse file instead. Personally I stopped doing even that some time ago, since some make targets require a complete ports tree. Unless you are seriously short on diskspace I would strongly recommend using 'ports-all' to a complete ports tree. > > Could it be I have made such a basic mistake as to not cvsup'ed a vital > dependedcy?! I kind of figured the newly cvsup'ed port of cvsup would have > included a new example file of ports-supfile if that had been the problem. It does seem as if your ports-supfile is at fault, yes. > > One should never *expect* a computer to do something I guess. > > Would something strange happen now if I added a line for > 'ports-accessability' in my ports-supfile and tried to cvsup again? Probably not. > > I guess I *really* should do a pkgdb -Uu then? -- <Insert your favourite quote here.> Erik Trulsson [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"