"pkg: No packages matching" with www/mod_wsgi3 based on argument order

Baptiste Daroussin bapt at FreeBSD.org
Thu Jan 23 17:55:25 UTC 2014

On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 09:29:46AM -0800, Kimo Rosenbaum wrote:
> Hello,
> I posted this question yesterday to freebsd-ports@ but it seems as though this list might be a better place? Apologies if this is bad form.
> I just updated our ports tree and we are now running pkg v1.2.5. I've 
> rebuilt all of our ports (via poudriere) and have done a `pkg upgrade 
> -f` several times.
> I'm trying to install www/mod_wsgi3 but get different results based on the order of arguments on my command line:
> $ sudo pkg install -y www/mod_wsgi3 www/apache22
> Updating repository catalogue
> pkg: No packages matching 'www/apache22' available in the repositories
> $ sudo pkg install -y www/apache22 www/mod_wsgi3
> Updating repository catalogue
> apache22-2.2.26 already installed
> The following 1 packages will be installed:
>     Installing ap22-mod_wsgi3: 3.4_1
> Yes, I know that www/mod_wsgi3 depends on apache and doesn't need to be 
> explicitly stated. However, our deployment system generates a list of 
> packages to install from various sources which don't/can't inspect 
> individual package dependencies and happens to pass them to pkg in same order as the bad example above.
> Has anyone else ran into this?
> Thanks
> Kimo

That looks like a bug, I dong't know why yet :)

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