[Bug 256706] ports infrastructure change denies poudriere -a with python flavors

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Date: Sat, 19 Jun 2021 04:12:07 +0000
https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=256706

            Bug ID: 256706
           Summary: ports infrastructure change denies poudriere -a with
                    python flavors
           Product: Ports & Packages
           Version: Latest
          Hardware: Any
                OS: Any
            Status: New
          Severity: Affects Some People
          Priority: ---
         Component: Individual Port(s)
          Assignee: ports-bugs_at_FreeBSD.org
          Reporter: dgilbert_at_eicat.ca
                CC: jhixson_at_FreeBSD.org, madpilot_at_FreeBSD.org,
                    sunpoet_at_FreeBSD.org
                CC: jhixson_at_FreeBSD.org, madpilot_at_FreeBSD.org,
                    sunpoet_at_FreeBSD.org

I have python 3.7 set as the default.  It is important to me that this change
is managed... and I'm not ready to use 3.8 yet.

Today, when I went to build with poudriere -a, it chucked out a whole mess of
the following:

[00:02:27] Error: compute_deps_pkg failed to lookup pkgname for
databases/py-apsw_at_py38 processing package calibre-5.21.0 from deskutils/calibre
-- Is SUBDIR+=py-apsw_at_py38 missing in databases/Makefile and does the port
provide the 'py38' FLAVOR?

and _one_ like this:

[00:02:27] Warning: deskutils/calibre dependency on net/py-zeroconf has wrong
PKGNAME of 'py38-zeroconf' but should be 'py37-zeroconf'

... I understand that -a should build all the flavors, but building with -a
worked last month (I do it about once a month) and it doesn't work this month.

my make.conf  contains:

DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=python=3.7
DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=python3=3.7
DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=pgsql=10
DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=django=2.2
DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=dj=2.2
DEFAULT_VERSIONS+=php=74

SELECTED_OPTIONS+=OPENBLAS

ARCHDEF=AMD64K10h64SSE3

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