On 2 February 2017 at 09:17, db wrote:
> How can I override a local portfile without deleting it? I want to keep some
> ports locally, for example, after I submitted a new, locally tested port that
> made it in the repo, or when I want to keep an older portfile until I fully
> tested the latest
On 2 February 2017 at 16:02, db wrote:
> I already have a local repo — I'd like a port in the rsync tree to
> exceptionally override the local one (higher preference) while keeping both
> in place.
If you only want to do it once, you can cd to the folder with the port
On 17 February 2017 at 02:56, Elim Qiu wrote:
> I installed macpots to both my iMac and my black macbook(both with snow
> leopard). And use it to install python27, py27-ipython.
> It turns out the black macbook worked but my iMac didn't work. I still can
> only bring up python 2.6 after
On 9 February 2017 at 07:38, Dorien Herremans wrote:
> However, sudo port install gtk2+x11 doesn't seem to be valid.
Maybe just a typo (space between the port name and option)?
On 25 February 2017 at 19:55, Aljaž Srebrnič wrote:
>> On 19 feb 2017, at 11:16, Mark Bestley wrote:
>> You haven't run 'sudo port reclaim' in two weeks. It's recommended you run
>> this regularly to reclaim disk space. Would you like to run it now? [Y/n]: Y
>> Error: reclaim failed: wrong #
On 27 February 2017 at 04:43, Justin C. Walker wrote:
> On Feb 26, 2017, at 18:05 , Christopher Stone wrote:
>> On Feb 26, 2017, at 19:57, Justin C. Walker wrote:
>>> Now, "port info" denies any knowledge of the port.
>> Hey Justin,
>> Try search instead of info:
>> port search "surf"
On 27 February 2017 at 09:49, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> - On 10.11: edit the Portfile for k3dsurf and replace dependency on
> qt3-mac with qt4-mac, check if that compiles. If k3dsurf doesn't work
> with Qt 4 (which is possible, the last release seems to be from
On 22 November 2016 at 02:31, Justin C. Walker wrote:
> On Nov 21, 2016, at 17:04 , Marius Schamschula wrote:
>> See https://trac.macports.org/changeset/154370
> That explains a lot!
I discovered a
On 8 November 2016 at 20:26, Bachsau wrote:
> Am 08.11.2016 um 06:57 schrieb Ryan Schmidt:
>> Also, who decides what is stable?
>> Who decides when to update it?
> Apple. A new stable version should be released for every iteration of macOS.
This would possibly be the lease useful
On 27 March 2017 at 10:48, db wrote:
> Does the buildbot system have a machine with ≤10.8.5 building from source
> using libc++ as PoC of https://trac.macports.org/wiki/LibcxxOnOlderSystems ?
All the disabled builders without "legacy" in their name:
Student applications for GSOC are now open, you are warmly invited to
participate for the MacPorts project. Feel free to ask questions on
our mailing lists or on IRC.
-- Forwarded message --
From: Google Summer of Code
On 20 April 2017 at 19:01, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> Specifically, try to build it with a stock clang compiler and see if that
> builds your port. If that does fix the build, please don't report it as a
That's not true. If an old compiler is not able to build a port, that
On 18 April 2017 at 17:45, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> After coming across this issue one too many times for my own liking, and
> changing several dozen ports as you have done, I finally just patched clang
> to make it default to add -stdlib=lilbc++ by default on all systems, which
> solves this
On 13 March 2017 at 14:28, wrote:
> my son needs for his music studies a python development environment 2.7.13
> plus the actual 3.x.
> his imac is on osx 10.11 el capitan.
> so i installed from macports python 27 and 33, ipython, selects:
You mean Python 3.6?
On 19 April 2017 at 10:05, db wrote:
> Clang's versioning seems not consistent.
> $ clang --version
> Apple LLVM version 5.1 (clang-503.0.40) (based on LLVM 3.4svn)
>> 2. properly setting the standard c++ library.
> I'm now always building
In cases like this one please open a ticket on trac and post a link to
the mailing list, ideally macports-dev rather than the user list.
Posting a link to the mailing list might help getting more attention
from developers (but that's why you should try to use the dev list),
On 30 May 2017 at 17:08, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On May 30, 2017, at 09:52, db wrote:
>> On 30 May 2017, at 14:58, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> What specific fix to you recommend?
>> I have no fix to recommend. My uneducated guess is that it's searching for
On 14 September 2017 at 10:10, Chris Jones wrote:
> Update to Sierra, it will save you most trouble in the long run.
> No need at all to go to a store to get it done though, just do it
> yourself Download the updater from the App Store and follow the
> instructions. Firefox and LibreOffice
On 14 September 2017 at 06:30, Ian Wadham wrote:
> I am in a right royal mess with some KDE 4 applications and libraries from
> on which I depend. After a failed "sudo port upgrade outdated" run all my
> KDE 4 apps
> give OSX popup messages like "kmymoney cannot be opened because of
On 29 August 2017 at 23:43, David Strubbe wrote:
> Hi Mojca,
> How do you hide a prefix when installing?
You could have your path set to something like
and then you would set it to
On 29 August 2017 at 23:24, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Aug 29, 2017, at 07:08, db wrote:
>> best practice for running macports along with homebrew
> The best practice is not to do that. We don't support it. It can cause you
> problems that we don't want to spend time investigating, because they
2. okt. 2017 6:40 AM "Ryan Schmidt" wrote:
On Oct 1, 2017, at 17:35, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> On Sun, 1 Oct 2017, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> Err, I'd be wary of that on my box. The output includes things like
"xv", "aspell", "awstats", "enscript", "gdb", "groff", "gzip" etc (and
that's just a
On 23 November 2017 at 06:38, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Nov 22, 2017, at 21:36, Ian Wadham wrote:
>> I have been setting up a new MacBook Pro 13-inch with High Sierra.
>> Macports is building and running fine with qt4-mac, kdegames4 and kmymoney4
>> requested and a long list of dependencies
On 12 December 2017 at 19:00, Riccardo Mottola via macports-users wrote:
> then, one of the dependencies (cmake) breaks builds.
> Should I directly open a bug on trac or is it preferred to post and discuss
> the log here on the list?
Usually Trac is better unless you really don't know what to
On 11 November 2017 at 14:08, db wrote:
> On 11 Nov 2017, at 10:40, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> "2.4.99" means some point along the way of developing 2.5.x, but not any
particular point; you can update your git clone and rebuild to get a newer
> Bear with me. If I understood correctly, if I
On 12 November 2017 at 00:53, J. W. Hicks wrote:
> First post.
> I tried to install KMyMoney today but the installation failed for Mac OS
> 10.13.1, using the following command:
> $ sudo port install kmymoney4 @4.7.2_5
> I believe I know why:
> I declined to add a Java Run-Time Environment
On 10 November 2017 at 23:00, db wrote:
> Is it possible to install a snapshot from master and later upgrade to a
Only to a release that's derived from master. That is: if you install
a snapshot from master now, you will only be able to go "back" to one
of the 2.5.x releases.
On 11 November 2017 at 01:58, db wrote:
> I installed master from past 11th of October. If there were a 2.4.3 release,
> could I upgrade to it, or only just 2.5.x? I ask because I noticed port
> version returns 2.4.99.
No. Since you have "2.4.99" now, going to 2.4.3 would be downgrading
On 31 October 2017 at 21:50, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Oct 31, 2017, at 15:41, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> If you want to be able to run perl version 5.26 by just running "perl", file
> a ticket in the issue tracker and request the addition of a +perl5_26 variant
> to the perl5 port. As I said, I
On 9 November 2017 at 23:41, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> Not being pushy (but my MacBook is); what's the status? I'm holding back
> until the binaries are ready
The binaries should be ready. I don't know whether Ryan actually
managed to push *all* the ports through, but I haven't seen any ports
On 1 November 2017 at 11:49, Marius Schamschula wrote:
> We also have such an option:
> The octave-devel port.
> However, this port has not been kept up to date.
Are there serious technical problems (I remember compatibility issues
with lots of octave modules) or just lack of time?
On 3 November 2017 at 19:30, dan d. wrote:
> Hello macporters,
> I got the web browser lynx both by downloading the binary version and
> compiling one locally.
> Without going into much detail, there are some minor differences in how it
> works with speech using a screen reader.
> In the
On 10 December 2017 at 19:42, Ulrich Wienands wrote:
> I am trying to get wxPython to work.
> I successfully installed Python-3.6 and (I think) wxWidgets 3.0 and (I
> think) py-wxPython-3.0. (by "I think" I am saying that MacPorts says it was
The only thing that makes sense is
On 11 December 2017 at 04:11, Ulrich Wienands wrote:
> Many thanks. It looks like I should stay with tkinter, then. It seems to work
> (with Python 3.6) even if I need X11 to use it.
You don't need to use X11 for Tkinter. Just install "tk +quartz" and
then you'll get a native UI. The default is
On 8 December 2017 at 15:08, Rainer Müller wrote:
> Thank you for taking the initiative again!
Thanks a lot for "pre-registering".
We are now at 6 + 2 participants so far (that is: two people from
overseas who would be interested, but might not make it) and I expect
a few more.
So far it
Back in 2016 we had a really great developer meeting in Gozd Martuljek
(Kranjska Gora, Slovenia). The number of attendants was relatively
small, but this made the meeting even more intensive and successful.
One of the "products" of the meeting was the current buildbot setup
On 25 October 2017 at 16:23, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Oct 25, 2017, at 03:28, db wrote:
>> On 25 Oct 2017, at 07:35, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
>>> On 23 October 2017 at 10:40, db wrote:
>>>> On 9 Oct 2017, at 12:46, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
>>>>> That info
On 23 October 2017 at 10:40, db wrote:
> On 9 Oct 2017, at 12:46, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
>> On 8 October 2017 at 22:05, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>>> On Oct 8, 2017, at 14:46, db wrote:
>>>> Until then, since I always build from source, I rather save CPU time.
On 1 November 2017 at 04:36, wrote:
> There are complaints on the Octave list that Octave on MacPorts is out of
> date and that support has moved to homebrew. I don’t use Octave much but
> would also appreciate it being kept up-to-date on MacPorts.
On 26 April 2018 at 13:12, Riccardo Mottola wrote:
> On 2018-04-26 07:33:30 +0200 Mojca Miklavec wrote:
>> Riccardo, can you please try:
>> sudo port -v build luajit configure.compiler=macports-gcc-6
>> sudo port -v build luajit configure.compiler=
On 30 May 2018 at 01:39, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> Something suddenly busted here; my spam graph is utterly weird now, and I
> wondering whether it was anything that I did...
> See www.horsfall.org/spamlog.pdf for yesterday's graph (nice and pretty!)
On 30 May 2018 at 12:37, david koloseni via macports-users wrote:
> Hello Guys
> I should admit that am very poor in programming. I have been trying to
> install octave
> 4.4.0 for a number of days and never succeed. The website Octave for macOS -
> Octave using mac ports has octave-4.2.2
On 4 June 2018 at 05:36, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> ---> Building gcc49
> Error: Failed to build gcc49: command execution failed
> Error: See
> for details.
On 26 April 2018 at 05:38, Ken Cunningham wrote:
>> On Apr 25, 2018, at 5:23 PM, Ken Cunningham wrote:
>> you know, I went back and looked at my notes.
>> I did in fact build this with clang-3.4, but I overrode the cxx11 PG's
>> macports-libstdc++ changes to do it. It worked fine on Intel
(This email would probably make more sense on the -devel mailing list.)
On 29 April 2018 at 09:44, Riccardo via macports-users
> I am trying to build ffmpeg on Leopard/PPC and it repeatedly fails
> (again as a dependency actually
On 29 December 2017 at 12:05, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> Early MacBook running Sierra 10.12.6 (there's some odd issue with High
> Sierra on this thing).
> A third-party application (a radio scanner) requires wish8.4 (which I have,
> along with 8.5 which apparently is different) and after working
250 EUR, but more information to follow.
On 8 January 2018 at 00:11, Mojca Miklavec <mo...@macports.org> wrote:
> It's time to set the final date for the MacPorts meeting 2018. Given
> the initial poll results + some individual emails we are now
It's time to set the final date for the MacPorts meeting 2018. Given
the initial poll results + some individual emails we are now
constrained to any time between Saturday the 10th and Tuesday the 20th
of March 2018. Those who want to come, please reply ASAP in case one
option does not suit
On 16 January 2018 at 18:07, islaind via macports-users wrote:
> can macports be less strict with aux packages download?
> (on osx 10.8.5, port version 2.4.2)
> In installing xpdf 'port' decides to install perl 5.24 (I have already
On 16 January 2018 at 05:33, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> The reasons for not having a 10.5 Intel builder are that no users should need
> it (all users on 10.5 Intel should upgrade to 10.6) and the packages it would
> create would take up disk space on all mirrors; we have already had one
On 16 January 2018 at 10:16, Jan Stary wrote:
> What is the proportion of the (would be) 10.5.8 packages to the overal size?
> (No doubt it's a lot of space, but what portion of it is one platform?)
Approximately one divided by the number of platforms. The proportion
can drop if many packages
On 19 January 2018 at 11:23, Jan Stary wrote:
> This is of course not MP related;
> please kindly point me to the appropriate Apple forum.
> Create a local file:
> user@local$ echo local > /tmp/file
> Prepare a file on a remote machine,
> with the "same" name, but uppercase:
On 17 January 2018 at 08:09, Niels Dettenbach (Syndicat IT & Internet)
via macports-users wrote:
> Am 17. Januar 2018 03:45:22 MEZ schrieb Terry Barnum :
>>(eth) with "brew install ethereum". I couldn't find geth, eth or
>>ethereum in macports. Any plans to add these?
On 17 January 2018 at 18:06, Jan Stary wrote:
> On Jan 17 16:48:02, mo...@macports.org wrote:
>> On 16 January 2018 at 18:07, islaind via macports-users wrote:
>> > can macports be less strict with aux packages download?
>> > ---
>> > (on osx
On 14 January 2018 at 11:40, Chris Jones wrote:
> A buildbot exists for PPC, but not intel
> The assumption I believe being if you have an intel machine, you should
> update at least to 10.6... the 10.5 buildbot exists because that is the last
> OS supporting PPC machines.
There is no special
On 25 January 2018 at 12:19, Riccardo Mottola via macports-users wrote:
> I need to install gdb on 10.5 and install of the port fails.
> This is the extract of the buildlog: I understand it is using the
> system compiler instead of using e.g. a newer gcc or clang from MP
> which both
On 12 February 2018 at 15:14, db wrote:
> Would it suffice to rename /usr/local during build time to avoid any
> conflicts? I ask because I just want to make sure that I'm not missing
> anything else.
As far as MacPorts is concerned, I assume it should be mostly OK if
you temporarily move
During the GSOC meeting in Mountain View we had some fruitful evening
discussions where we were heavily criticised for not having our own
happy fluffy animal mascot (like a flying platypus?) which we could
take to every meeting or hacking event where we show up.
Something in the spirit of
>From 10th to 14th March we'll be meeting at the 2nd MacPorts Meeting
During the last meeting we borrowed two older Mac Pros (box format,
pretty old, but with quite some cores and speed) which we used for
On 20 January 2018 at 04:24, Uli Wienands wrote:
> I am trying to install Octave on OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
> Running sudo port install octave the first time (after selfupdate) updates a
> bunch of already installed deps. It then chokes on installing something
> called netpbm.
On 20 January 2018 at 21:55, Uli Wienands wrote:
> Ok, I did selfupdate Macports and tried again, and indeed it now gets past
> this hurdle.
> However, at the end it tells me that all compilers are blacklisted & it will
> default to first fall-back option (whatever that is)_. It then wants to
On 12 March 2018 at 00:52, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> As the subject sez...
> After being bitten by Perl 5.26 apparently being surreptitiously installed
> last week and breaking modules[*] in the process (@INC no longer includes
> "."), my regular Monday "port upgrade outdated" seemed to deactivate
I would like to announce the first online MacPorts meeting happening
two weeks from now, on April 21st at 13:00 - 14:00 UTC (if it takes
much longer than one hour, we are probably doing something wrong).
Many people wanted to join us at the face-to-face meeting last month,
but could not make
On 11 April 2018 at 17:47, Perry E. Metzger wrote:
> On Sun, 8 Apr 2018 19:42:24 +0200 Rainer Müller
>> However, meetings on IRC are slow, as you have to wait for others to
>> type, you have no notifications whether others still have something
Quick reminder, the meeting starts in 10 minutes:
On 7 April 2018 at 10:31, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
> I would like to announce the first online MacPorts meeting happening
> two weeks from now, on April 21st at 1
On 21 April 2018 at 17:34, Rainer Müller wrote:
> On 2018-04-07 10:31, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
>> I would like to announce the first online MacPorts meeting happening
>> two weeks from now, on April 21st at 13:00 - 14:00 UTC (if it takes
>> much longer than one hour, we are pro
On 25 April 2018 at 16:37, Michael Dickens wrote:
> I don't think I did anything special, and texlive-bin installed for me on
> 10.5 PPC without complaint.
But note that the code which failed for Riccardo is disabled on PPC.
> Maybe this is the issue with GCC6?
On 24 March 2018 at 16:40, Andreas Falkenhahn wrote:
> On 24.03.2018 at 16:07 Ken Cunningham wrote:
>> Cameron Kaiser builds and distributes TenFourFox which is a c++11
>> app built with gcc48 against a new libstdc++.
>> He has worked a lot of this out.
>> His instructions are here
On 25 March 2018 at 08:49, Jan Stary wrote:
> On Mar 24 14:14:37, mojca.miklavec.li...@gmail.com wrote:
>> We currently have this ticket high on our priority list:
> That's ten years old, and "there's no code written yet"
> as of 13 days ago.
16. mar. 2018 2:30 PM je oseba "William H. Magill"
To quote WIkipedia:
"The name "git" was given by Linus Torvalds when he wrote the very
first version. He described the tool as "the stupid content tracker"
and the name as (depending on your way):
On 24 March 2018 at 13:54, Jan Starý wrote:
> The 'platforms' field of a Portfile is currently
> both _required_ and _ignored_. By the Guide,
> A list of the platforms on which the port has been tested.
> Required, but not interpreted in any way by the software
> at this
On 24 March 2018 at 13:35, Andreas Falkenhahn wrote:
> When I compile my C++11 project on a 10.5 PPC system using gcc6 and try to
> run it on another 10.5 PPC system that doesn't have gcc6 installed, I get an
> error that a symbol cannot be imported from /usr/lib/libstdc++.6.dylib. I
On 5 March 2018 at 11:39, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Mar 5, 2018, at 04:34, db wrote:
>> I know, but I don't see how HEAD is pragmatically that much different from
>> the devel ports that use a hash+date instead.
> "HEAD" is not a specific version. It will vary as developers make new
At some point this documentation about the GitHub PortGroup should end
up in the online guide:
I'm not sure how our guide is updated. Maybe manually.
On Tue, 6 Nov 2018 at 05:24, Adam Dershowitz wrote:
> I’m upgrading dvisvgm from to 2.3.4_4 to 2.6.1_0. I’m on a fairly recent
> MacBook pro, and it has been building for 13 hours! The process is “make”
> and it’s taking 100% of just one CPU. Does this sound correct?
On Mon, 12 Nov 2018 at 22:32, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Nov 12, 2018, at 15:25, db wrote:
> > On 11 Nov 2018, at 13:00, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> >> I'll probably need to write a script to pull all the failures out of the
> >> buildbot logs, since we don't have anything set up to do that yet. If
On Mon, 12 Nov 2018 at 21:34, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> On Mon, 12 Nov 2018, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> >> So I see; well, it's served me well for nine years... I only upgrade
> >> hardware when forced to, so I guess it's time to put some of my pension
> >> aside for a MacBook Air or something.
On Sat, 22 Sep 2018 at 10:27, Mike Crawford wrote:
> > > MacPorts doesn't have psql.
> > Yes it does.
> No it doesn't.
> I've got postgresql10 installed, but it didn't come with psql,
There is a binary
and if you run
sudo port select --set postgresql
Lion does not properly support HTTPS. You might need to recompile
MacPorts from source to link against a version of libcurl with full
See for example:
On Tue, 25 Sep 2018 at 11:15, Werner LEMBERG wrote:
On Tue, 22 Jan 2019 at 16:36, Jonathan Stickel wrote:
> > 2. You can exercise judgment in doing a 'port setrequested' for some
> > common dependency ports that you know you will always want (e.g.
> > autoconf, boost, ncurses, etc.) and avoid having to save no regularly.
> This takes work that
On Tue, 11 Dec 2018 at 04:12, wrote:
> Hi again,
> It didn't take as long as I thought it might.
> I created a local port and installed it.
Wonderful. May I suggest that you submit a pull request (or perhaps
open a trac ticket)?
(If this was a modification of an old port, it would probably
On Mon, 26 Nov 2018 at 10:36, Dr M J Carter wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 11:58:16AM +, Christopher Jones wrote:
> > Note that the version of Xquartz from www.xquartz.com is in fact
> > just a packaging of the MacPorts version ! In fact, the maintainer
> > of the Xquartz releases has
On Tue, 8 Jan 2019 at 03:03, Ken Cunningham wrote:
> This has nothing to do with Macports, but there are many people here who
> know stuff about this...
> About six months ago I put a new Metal-capable Sapphire HD 7950 video card in
> my 2010 MacPro (8 processors) to run Mojave. It required
On Tue, 8 Jan 2019 at 01:18, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> Sierra, latest MacPorts. Doing the usual "port upgrade outdated"...
> ---> Staging itstool into destroot
> ---> Installing itstool @2.0.2_3
> ---> Activating itstool @2.0.2_3
> ---> Cleaning itstool
On Sat, 12 Jan 2019 at 17:45, Christoph Kukulies wrote:
> Finally I tried:
> Christophs-MBP:ola kuku$ sudo port install ola
> ---> Computing dependencies for ola
> Error: Can't install protobuf3-cpp because conflicting ports are active:
That's most likely the
On Sat, 12 Jan 2019 at 17:12, Christoph Kukulies wrote:
> Following the steps in
Do you just want to use the port or did you want to help with the
development of that port?
It seems that we have the latest version of the
On Sat, 12 Jan 2019 at 19:17, Riccardo Mottola via macports-users
> Hi all!
> I get this (Lion 10.7):
> --> Scanning binaries for linking errors
> Could not open /opt/local/lib/libexiv2.26.dylib: Error opening or
> reading file (referenced from
On Sun, 13 Jan 2019 at 14:26, Werner LEMBERG wrote:
> I wanted to compile a project under MacPorts, and at the same time I
> wanted to protocol what MacPorts packages must be installed in advance
> before starting compilation. My glorious idea was to say
> port echo active >
On Sun, 13 Jan 2019 at 10:07, Christoph Kukulies wrote:
> I got it working (port install ola) finally by following the latest
> suggestion in the port output (deactivate py27-protobuf)
Thanks for the logs. I added the missing conflict between
py27-protobuf and py27-protobuf3:
On Sun, 6 Jan 2019 at 01:39, James Linder wrote:
> /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr/bin/make -f Makefile all
> -c -pipe -stdlib=libc++ -g -std=gnu++11 -arch x86_64
If you try to avoid the troubles of installing a zillion compilers for
the sake of installing poppler, what about switching to a super
lightweight pplib (currently available only inside LuaTeX sources)? :)
On Sat, 8 Sep 2018 at 17:46, Werner LEMBERG wrote:
> > What exactly
On Tue, 11 Sep 2018 at 22:43, pagani laurent wrote:
> I have no idea why one needs to update Tex distribution several times a day
> or even every week.
Well, if you want to use TeX to control your smart home*** (like
lights and central heating system) and run a web server, the Knuth's
On Sun, 27 Jan 2019 at 19:57, Rainer Müller wrote:
> On 27.01.19 19:42, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> > On Jan 27, 2019, at 12:26, Rainer Müller wrote:
> >> The main problem here would be that information about build dependencies
> >> is not stored in the registry. Only if we this information was kept
On Thu, 4 Apr 2019 at 06:34, wrote:
> it's wierd. i'm seeing the same Content-Encoding header
> but curl doesn't un-gzip the download for me. neither
> /usr/bin/curl (7.43.0) nor /opt/local/bin/curl (7.64.1).
> neither does wget. i wonder what the difference is.
Probably not relevant for this,
On Mon, 1 Apr 2019 at 12:18, Sean Lake wrote:
> As far as I know I have command line tools installed - I'm not even
> sure how I could get MacPorts installed without them. Adding
On Thu, 28 Feb 2019 at 19:37, Ulrich Wienands wrote:
> I’d check .bashrc or .profile to see if Homebrew somehow messed with your
> For me, port points to /opt/local/bin/port. Does that exist?
In fact this was most likely just missing PATH setup.
Even if you don't have PATH setup in
On Wed, 20 Feb 2019 at 16:33, Bill Cole wrote:
> The departure of MacPorts from Mac OS Forge as it was
> being wound down was announced in
While I wouldn't mind if Apple continued to provide hardware building
We have ports for:
Sadly most of the comments about Perl/Tk are still true, the situation
hasn't really changed a bit since the last century (not sure if a
smiley or sad face belongs here), most likely because the interest for
Perl faded away in favour of
On Mon, 25 Feb 2019 at 00:55, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> Sierra 10.12.6 + latest security updates, MacPorts 2.5.4.
> Doing my regular Monday "port upgrade outdated", and...
> ---> Computing dependencies for poppler
> ---> Configuring poppler
> Error: poppler cannot
On Sun, 10 Mar 2019 at 08:24, Werner LEMBERG wrote:
> port mpkg lilypond-devel
> creates a 1.5GByte bundle, which is far too large to be used for
> distribution. Is there a possibility to reduce the number of packages
> that gets bundled?
> As far as I can see,
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