On Monday October 31 2016 11:52:28 Rainer Müller wrote: >Just as with Subversion.
Yeah, I wouldn't expect that the SVC type had any influence on this. > rsync -vt > rsync://rsync.macports.org/macports/release/ports/PortIndex_darwin_16_i386/PortIndex* > $ports Thanks for the suggestion, I might do that. (Are you running 10.12 on a 32bit host? Is that even possible?) >Just make sure you use the correct OS version in the rsync path. There >is also no guarantee that this really matches the git ports tree, which >might already contain newer Portfile changes. That should just mean more ports will be indexed, no? A related question: what happens if you run portindex on a fresh clone on one host, and then rsync the whole tree to another host with a different OS version? I just did that transfer; using rsync with compression (-z) it took much less time (48s ...) than even simply checking out the tree from git on the other host. Just running portindex on the transferred tree without -f didn't do anything so apparently it doesn't check for OS version or platform mismatches? R. _______________________________________________ macports-dev mailing list email@example.com https://lists.macosforge.org/mailman/listinfo/macports-dev