Conda sera the prompt to help you remembering your within a conda
environment. It makes some sort of sense.
But the aggressive environment messing up, for me, is unacceptable. :)
On Wed, 1 Sep 2021, 11:48 Gerben Wierda via macports-users, <
> Hi, lilypond uses this below although I’ve not tested it.
> # Either 'pango' or 'pango-devel' will do, thus we depend on its
> # pkgconfig file.
> depends_lib-append path:lib/pkgconfig/pango.pc:pango \
> On Aug 30, 2021
Let’s assume I want to install a port that depends on pango via a file
dependency. How do I tell Macports to use `pango-devel` instead of `pango`?
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(for easier virtualenv management and dep tracking there's poetry, that's
On Mon, 30 Aug 2021, 17:52 Ruben Di Battista,
> /rant on
> Here we are again. I've been ranting on Twitter about this so much! Almost
> 80% of the problems I need to troubleshoot in
Here we are again. I've been ranting on Twitter about this so much! Almost
80% of the problems I need to troubleshoot in my HPC team are associated to
people installing Anaconda, that messes up the user environment, and
forgetting that they did it. Anaconda messes up also when building
Are you up to date with the ports?
- sudo port selfupdate
- sudo port upgrade outdated
On Tue, Mar 16, 2021 at 7:47 PM joerg van den hoff
> On 16.03.21 19:41, Ruben Di Battista wrote:
> > If you run `port notes dbus` it should tell you how to enable the service
, 19:31 joerg van den hoff, wrote:
> On 16.03.21 19:24, Ruben Di Battista wrote:
> > Did you enable dbus as per its notes?
> that was fast... :). no, I did not. didn't see any notes either. you mean
> "notes of dbus" rather
> than "meld" I presume?
Did you enable dbus as per its notes?
On Tue, 16 Mar 2021, 19:23 joerg van den hoff, wrote:
> after "port install meld", on trying to start the program I get on the
> command line from which it is
> started the message
> dbus: Dynamic session lookup supported but failed: launchd
Here you can find tips on how to tune your regex. You can use a regex
expression matching just the port name
port search --name --line --regex 'sed$’
This returns all the ports ending with *sed.
Notably, what are you looking for, I guess, is gsed,
What do you mean?
100% of the ports I'm using (969) are building correctly.
Do you have a specific problem with a port? Open a Ticket! :)
On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 12:05 AM Tom wrote:
> MacPorts is in a desolate condition.
> Nearly nothing is building.
> Can somebody try to build everything and
theoretically the QT5 ports are building correctly. Can you maybe
provide more information?
* What's your Macports version?
* What's your macOs version?
* Can you attach the build log?
On Tue, Dec 29, 2020 at 8:38 PM Tom wrote:
> is there a qt port, which ist building?
I think you need to install it.
`port info port_cutleaves`
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On 3 December 2020 at 10:09:09, Michael (keybou...@gmail.com) wrote:
I keep getting the error described here:
I reinstall the CLT, but it lasts until the next Xcode update. Is there a
way to fix it definitely?
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Ok, thanks Ryan. Any specific show stoppers? Or the reason for not
fixing it is just lack of time and low priority?
On Wed, Oct 14, 2020 at 11:30 AM Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Oct 13, 2020, at 08:38, Ruben Di Battista wrote:
> > I just passed a week to solve a compiler e
'port -f activate libgcc10'
> to force the activation.
> Each time I did "port -f activate foo” I repeated the "port upgrade outdated"
> command plus a few other things at other times.
> Should I file a ticket for this?
> > On Sep 26, 2
n you do.
> sudo port -f deactivate libgcc
> ignore the warning, then try updating again.
>> On 23 Sep 2020, at 12:12 pm, Ruben Di Battista
>> Did you already tried to do what it suggest?
>> Please d
Moreover, HEIC format seems to be included here:
Are there any problems?
On Fri, Sep 25, 2020 at 5:58 PM Ruben Di Battista
> Hello Christoph,
> here's there's a discussion about version 7:
here's there's a discussion about version 7:
https://github.com/macports/macports-ports/pull/5014 and here
https://trac.macports.org/ticket/51310. It probably will be provided
as a separate port.
On Fri, Sep 25, 2020 at 5:40 PM Christoph Kukulies wrote:
> I was seeking for a
Ok, that's what I didn't know. I thought It was mandatory for Apple Store
software and not everything...
On Thu, 24 Sep 2020, 13:35 Ryan Schmidt, wrote:
> On Sep 23, 2020, at 03:37, Ruben Di Battista wrote:
> > Can't be an easier choice to push globally a linker switch, if
Did you already tried to do what it suggest?
Please deactivate this port first, or use 'port -f activate libgcc10' to
force the activation.
So deactivate the libgcc port and run the upgrade again?
On Wed, 23 Sep 2020, 12:43 list_email--- via macports-users, <
Can't be an easier choice to push globally a linker switch, if it exists,
to disable codesigning altogether for MP software?
On Wed, 23 Sep 2020, 03:09 Saagar Jha, wrote:
> As far as I understand, ad-hoc codesigning is not actually really meant to
> protect a file on disk because you can just
Did you try to launch the binary from the terminal and see which errors it
On Sun, 13 Sep 2020, 10:07 Dave Horsfall, wrote:
> No replies? Am I the only person on the planet having this problem?
> It's not confined to Gnuplot, but pretty much anything that wants to save
That is standard practice. I don’t know the real reason for it, didn’t bother
to investigate, but you just need to follow what is written there: that is
deactivating Poppler before upgrading it.
`sudo port -f deactivate popper`
`sudo port upgrade popper`.
I guess it is a safety
I just discovered this anomaly: https://bugs.python.org/issue40261. TL, DR: if
I run a `make` command from within a subprocess, the build of Python from
source behaves differently and breaks.
Could any of you try the step to reproduce and see if he/she is getting the
same weird behavior I’m
The problem has been solved with the updated of virtualenv, that is
currently in a PR for Macports.
On Fri, 13 Mar 2020, 00:09 Ryan Schmidt, wrote:
> I am dropping macports-dev from Cc because the question is not about
> developing MacPorts.
> On Feb 7, 2020, at 18:42, Ruben
I mean, I guess you just need a registrar with an API for setting DNS records
and a Python script to get your own DDNS service. I did for OVH, for example:
But I guess we’re going off topic...
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I’m experiencing a problem (https://github.com/davidhalter/jedi/issues/1375).
Running this on a Python installed with Macports:
Python 3.8.1 (default, Feb 8 2020, 01:33:23)
[Clang 11.0.0 (clang-1184.108.40.206)] on darwin
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more
I still need to release my muscle memory .
(in reality I don't use bare virtualenv but more pew and pipenv that I
believe use venv for Python 3)
On Tue, 3 Dec 2019, 01:42 Ralph Seichter, wrote:
> * Ruben Di Battista:
> > What I suggest you is to use virtualenvs.
Wait wait wait wait...
Why are you doing the `python setup.py` thing? I strongly discourage you to
use the system python to install packages globally.
What I suggest you is to use virtualenvs.
* Install py-virtualenv
* Create virtualenv
* Activate the virtual environment
* Install things
ile it with:
On Fri, 8 Nov 2019 at 15:27, Ruben Di Battista
I saw this kind of errors quite often lately around. But this times I’m hitting
this with a local project, not a port in Macports. A project that used to build
correctly with Xcode 10, now it seems to miss stuff in header.
ninja -j 1
[1/48] Building CXX object
Yes, easiest thing is to provide a folder containing the ports you need to ship
(even better a git repository) as a Local Portfile Repository. You’ll need to
edit the /opt/local/etc/macports/sources.conf in order to tell macports to look
for ports there before.
Is this what you were looking
This can be applied also to virtualenv. What you need to do, imho, is to
just create conda envs. They're isolated from system interpreters and they
should not collide with anything. In these envs you can install whatever
you want... And keep it from interfering with system packages...
Wrong permissions on the `pear-ini.php`?
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On 9 April 2019 at 19:01:56, Murray Eisenberg (murrayeisenb...@gmail.com) wrote:
To complement people answer, and most of all, "Why macOS"? Well, because
there is not another Unix laptop that is as efficiently implemented. For
example, take a Windows laptop, put Linux on it, and see your battery life
drop at least of 15-20%. Well, i hate it. On my macOS I have very good
If you are using the compiler by hand in the command line, you can set the
CPATH env variable to point to the include directory...
Even if the system headers should be included by default if I'm not
On Wed, 19 Dec 2018, 09:33 Christoph Kukulies Does it require a
I don't know if it's a good example but I added the hdf5 variant to vtk
that works as expected with all the variants of mpi. Could you maybe try to
take inspiration from that?
Il giorno mar 4 dic 2018, 14:25 Marius Schamschula
> Hi all,
> In the PR armadillo: fix error with hdf5
> ---> Scanning binaries for linking errors
> ---> No broken files found.
> ---> No broken ports found.
> Same picture. Clicking on the Gimp icon in the launcher doesn’t result in
> anything happening and running the app ./GIMP gives the same error message.
Try to install it with `+quartz` variant. I installed it like this on
Mojave and it works as expected...
Il giorno mer 28 nov 2018, 08:30 Christoph Kukulies ha
> I tried the following:
> Christophs-MBP:MacOS kuku$ pwd
I just upgraded my OS to Mojave and installed all the ports. I’m encountering a
problem with Inkscape. If I run it (both from terminal and app) it is very
sluggish and it always gets 100% CPU.
Any idea on how to debug this?
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