buttie at mac.com
Thu Jul 15 04:22:18 PDT 2004
Thanks for the advice, I decided to go down the portupgrade route in
any event. However one of the ImageMagick-220.127.116.11 dependencies is
XFree86-libraries-4.2.0_1 and when it gets to this point in the
portupgrade it keeps coming back with the error
make: don't know how to make includes. Stop
*** Error code 2
any ideas of how to cure this would be much appreciated as i have hit a
On Wednesday, July 14, 2004, at 10:05 PM, epilogue wrote:
> On Wed, 14 Jul 2004 13:37:01 -0400
> Chuck Swiger <cswiger at mac.com> wrote:
>> Tom Butterworth wrote:
>>> I was having trouble with the package ImageMagick-18.104.22.168
>>> wise so i decided to remove and re install it. Unfortunately when
>>> pkg_add command it gets latest version which requires a lot of other
>>> up-to date dependents. Where is it possible to get
>>> or do i have to go through removing and updating all the dependent
>>> packages and use latest ImageMagick?
> in /usr/ports/distfiles, do you still have a copy of the version you
> if so, you feeding the /path/filename to pkg_add should, in theory,
> to my knowledge, vanilla pkg_add (ie. with no switches) shouldn't be
> pulling down a new version. normally, that only happens when you use
> the -r (remote) switch.
> you might also want to look at the /usr/ports/sysutils/portdowngrade.
> haven't used it myself. i presume that it requires for all the older
> versions of the necessary files (ie. dependencies) to still be
> but it is certainly worth investigating.
> good luck,
>> If you don't want to upgrade all of the dependencies required by the
>> precompiled package, you'll have to install the software from sources
>> Using portupgrade to keep up-to-date is probably easier...
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