Sergey Zaharchenko writes:
> Just a minute. You shouldn't portupgrade KDE when KDE is running,
> but you should be able to run `make' to build everything while
> KDE is running, shut down KDE and `portupgrade -w' afterwards
> (which will use the binaries built by `make' and install them,
> taking seriously less time than the original `make') and restart
> KDE. At least that's how it would with an ordinary port.
One of the two of us is confused about this.
As I understand it:
A) Running "make build" but not "make install" doesn't really
solve the "installing while running" issue. Sure, it won't install
for that port, but it will build-and-install for every port upstream
B) ... unless you're suggesting starting at the top of the
dependency tree and doing build-but-don't-install by hand for every
component in order. I consider this severely impractical; it also ...
C) ... won't work with portupgrade unless one uses the "w" option.
Or have I missed a memo?
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