Azureus_18.104.22.168 dependency missing
boris at brooknet.com.au
Fri Nov 4 20:10:04 PST 2005
On 05/11/2005, at 2:55 PM, Randy Bush wrote:
>> Look at the example in the pkg_which manpage and go through and clean
>> out all the old cruft you have on your system (back it up first in
>> case you make a mistake).
> # find /usr/local /usr/X11R6 -type f | xargs pkg_which -v | fgrep
> '?' | wc
> 37912 75824 2379746
> uh, piping that to awk and rm would be a total disaster. it would
> remove all of the current perl port, and 42 similar pieces. going
> through by hand finds little it would do that actually needs to be
> done. something is very broken here.
Perl would be one of the major victims of having
FORCE_PACKAGE_REGISTER always set. Many Perl-related files are
installed with a version in the pathname.
For example, when portupgrading after a perl upgrade, the dependency
checks run by the port makefile look under the new version pathname
rather than the old version one. The port would find no file under
the new version and so proceeds to install the dependency (which
ordinarily would fail if FORCE_PKG_REGISTER is not set), leaving
behind crusty remnants of the old version.
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