FreeBSD Port: portupgrade-188.8.131.52, 2 - help me please,
the port in short time is broken again, what does it all mean ?
dandee at volny.cz
Mon Jul 3 10:24:38 UTC 2006
You did it, okay, thank you, but late :(
I always before upgrading something, go to /usr/ports and watch the UPDATING
file, simple there was nothing about portupgrade, nothing at the bigging of
June nothing at the end of June or at the bigging of July.
I am sorry that I do not read almost everything, but I thought ... I have a
idea that UPDATING file is the MAIN place where comments MUST BE.
Sorry, this fact the handbook teached me. :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sergey Matveychuk [mailto:sem at FreeBSD.org]
> Sent: Monday, July 03, 2006 10:21 AM
> To: Hajimu UMEMOTO
> Cc: dandee at volny.cz; ports at FreeBSD.org
> Subject: Re: FreeBSD Port: portupgrade-184.108.40.206, 2 - help me
> please, the port in short time is broken again, what does it
> all mean ?
> Hajimu UMEMOTO wrote:
> > Hi,
> >>>>>> On Mon, 03 Jul 2006 10:15:56 +0400 Sergey Matveychuk
> >>>>>> <sem at FreeBSD.org> said:
> > sem> See my HANDS-UP message a couples days ago at the list.
> > sem> Old (<=2.1.1,2) portupgrade use wrong (may be a right
> word will -
> > sem> "unexpected") database format.
> > I don't think that old portupgrade uses wrong database format. You
> > changed the default version of Berkeley DB, silently:
> > ile.diff?r1=1.224&r2=1.225
> > It broke backward compatibility of .db files.
> You should be meant I forgot add an entry to UPDATING? Yes, I
> forgot it.
> I'll do.
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