[kde-freebsd] HEADS UP: KDE 3.4 committed to ports
apeiron+usenet at coitusmentis.info
Sun Mar 20 11:29:14 PST 2005
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On 2005-03-20, Michael Nottebrock scribbled these
> Detail correction:
>> 2.) Now update the remaining KDE ports.
>> portupgrade arts\* kde\*
I started my upgrade before you made that commit, and of course
portupgrade asked me about a bunch of then-stale dependencies. Can I
assume that telling pkgdb to just delete them is safe, since the ports
in question will be reinstalled anyway? That's what I did, and that was
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