adamw at FreeBSD.org
Sun Feb 15 09:01:59 PST 2004
>> (02.15.2004 @ 1153 PST): Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH said, in 0.8K: <<
> On Sun, 2004-02-15 at 11:48, Adam Weinberger wrote:
> > > Now, I can't simply use portupgrade to upgrade from 1.6a to 1.6. Instead I
> > > have to de-install mozilla-devel and install mozilla.
> > Sure you can.
> > portupgrade -o www/mozilla-gtk2 mozilla-gtk2\*
> But that doesn't answer the second half of his question (switching back
> to mozilla-devel when it again differs from mozilla), so isn't really
> all that useful. It seems there ought to be a better way to do this;
> setting the suffix to -devel and chaining to the mozilla makefile seems
> to make sense....
>> end of "Re: mozilla-devel" from Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH <<
Then you can use portupgrade -o www/mozilla-devel-gtk2 mozilla-gtk2\*
when the time comes.
The problem is that you can't have 2 ports with the same versions. It'll
break INDEX builds.
However, if you're just doing this locally, you can copy
www/mozilla to www/mozilla-devel and change everything around to:
(a) install into the proper locations
(b) name itself correctly (MOZ_SUFX and PKGNAMESUFX}
You're welcome to try that if you'd like, or play with @origin in
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