> On Nov 7, 2019, at 10:39 PM, Ryan Schmidt <ryandes...@macports.org> wrote: > > > > On Nov 7, 2019, at 21:23, Stan Sanderson wrote: > >> OS X 10.14, all installed ports up-to-date. >> Re: kmymoney4-devel >> >> Since the recent problem with kdepimlibs4 was solved (thanks!), port >> upgrade outdated consistently ends with >> ---> Scanning binaries for linking errors >> ---> Found 2 broken files, matching files to ports >> ---> Found 1 broken port, determining rebuild order >> You can always run 'port rev-upgrade' again to fix errors. >> The following ports will be rebuilt: kmymoney4-devel @4.8.1-20171206 >> >> port installed kmymon* returns >> kmymoney4-devel @4.8.1-20171206_2 (active) >> and, indeed, it is running normally. However, I’m wondering where the “_2” >> came from > > 2 is the revision of the port. We increment the revision of a port when we > need to push a change out to you without changing the version of the port. > >> , why I am prompted to rebuild each time, > > Because MacPorts has identified that it is broken, in other words it links > with libraries which don't exist or aren't working. If you run `sudo port -d > rev-upgrade` it will tell you specifically what files are involved. > >> and how to correct it. > > Allowing the rev-upgrade process to rebuild the port should be the > correction. If that build is failing, show us the main.log.
Ticket created #59650 - forgot about the size limit for email. I attached an excerpt but will provide the entire main.log if necessary. Thanks for the response. Stan