make index failing on chinese/acroread5-chsfont

Kris Kennaway kris at
Fri Mar 10 03:10:00 UTC 2006

On Fri, Mar 10, 2006 at 01:58:01PM +1100, Dave Symonds wrote:
> > > I don't think Mr. Symonds "did anything to have it there".  It's on
> > > all of our system as well, and is not being deleted via cvsup.  I
> > > believe this is normal behaviour (for cvsup).
> >
> > It was removed 3 weeks ago, so the only way cvsup will not delete it
> > is if you either direct it not to delete files, or if you initially
> > installed your ports tree from some other non-cvsup method (e.g. from
> > sysinstall), and then neglected to 'adopt' it the first time you ran
> > cvsup (per the faq on
> This was a cvsup mirror with a fresh fetch (2nd Feb 2006,
>, updated each morning. I can't see how I'm
> supposed to "adopt" it as the FAQ says. Can you be more explicit on
> how I'm supposed to fix it up now, properly?

So you first installed your ports tree via cvsup?  In that case I
don't know why it failed to delete the files when they were removed
from the repository, unless the first condition above applies.

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