HEADS UP: GNOME 2.14 being merged into the tree
freebsd at redry.net
Mon May 1 19:43:30 UTC 2006
michael johnson wrote:
> On 5/1/06, *eoghan* <freebsd at redry.net <mailto:freebsd at redry.net>> wrote:
> Vladimir Grebenschikov wrote:
> > В пн, 01/05/2006 в 12:20 -0400, Joe Marcus Clarke пишет:
> >> On Mon, 2006-05-01 at 17:15 +0200, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> >>> michael johnson schrieb:
> >>>>> ahze@ seems to have fixed the note in UPDATING for it,
> although I'm not
> >>>>> sure it's enough. At least x11/kdelibs wants mDNSResponder,
> and if
> >>>>> avahi is already installed the dependencies will be recorded
> >>>>> incorrectly. I've already informed kde@
> >>>> We're working on a fix. Either we will disable mDNSResponder
> in avahi
> >>> Yes, please.
> >>>> or hopefully kde@ will want to use avahi's mDNSResponder.
> >>> This wouldn't help the people running into the CONFLICTS right
> now (the
> >>> dependencies are already registered in people's pkgdbs when
> they do,
> >>> changing the kdelibs port won't fix that). We can try to make
> that work
> >>> later.
> >>> Also ... seriously, do you guys even check just what is
> depending on the
> >>> things you're setting CONFLICTS with? I really was not
> expecting to see
> >>> anybody pull a fam->gamin again so soon.
> >> We tested this change as we do all GNOME development
> versions. In the
> >> past, GNOME/KDE conflicts were quickly brought to light by our
> >> It seems that this time around, we did not have anyone trying
> GNOME 2.14
> >> with KDE on the same machine. I was rather shocked myself to learn
> >> about this and the xpdf/poppler conflict so late.
> > Both problems was reported before here:
> > From:
> > Vladimir Grebenschikov
> > <vova at fbsd.ru <mailto:vova at fbsd.ru>>
> > Sender:
> > vova at fbsd.ru <mailto:vova at fbsd.ru>
> > To:
> > Jeremy Messenger <mezz7 at cox.net <mailto:mezz7 at cox.net>>
> > Cc:
> > Tuc at T-B-O-H <ml at t-b-o-h.net <mailto:ml at t-b-o-h.net>>,
> > freebsd-gnome at freebsd.org <mailto:freebsd-gnome at freebsd.org>
> > Subject:
> > Re: Suggested mod for
> > gnome_upgradeXXX.sh
> > Date:
> > Mon, 20 Mar 2006 12:50:23 +0300
> > В вс, 19/03/2006 в 11:36 -0600, Jeremy Messenger пишет:
> >> We will be no longer need gnome_upgradeXXX.sh in the future version
> > of
> >> GNOME. Bless to the ltverhack that fix libtool bug. Upgrade
> GNOME 2.12
> > to
> >> 2.14 (still in MC) was a lot easier than any previous version, which
> > it
> >> can be done with portupgrade now. About four to five steps to do
> >> Here's what I did with GNOME 2.12 to 2.14:
> >> pkgdb -Ff (need for gst stuff)
> >> portupgrade -f -o net/avahi howl-\*
> >> portupgrade -a
> >> portupgrade -f -o x11/gnome-screensaver xscreensaver-gnome-\*
> >> The steps might be change if there is any better. Like might be best
> > to
> >> follow UPDATING before do the portupgrade -a.
> > First of all thanks for good work.
> > Unfortunately, I've do this upgrade before above suggestion, so I was
> > forced to find the solution with howl -> avahi by myself.
> > Also there is one more conflict of this kind:
> > evinice requires poppler, but poppler conflicts with already
> > xpdf:
> > ===> Installing for poppler-0.5.1
> > ===> poppler-0.5.1 conflicts with installed package(s):
> > xpdf-3.01_2
> > They install files into the same place.
> > Please remove them first with pkg_delete(1).
> > *** Error code 1
> > Stop in /usr/ports/graphics/poppler.
> > *** Error code 1
> Regarding poppler...
> Is this a requirement for a successful gnome 2.14 upgrade? Mine is
> running at the moment, and this did fail...
> if you want to use the full gnome desktop (evince), than yes. But you
> can keep xpdf installed if you'd rather not have evince.
So can i make deinstall xpdf after my portupgrade and make install for
poppler? Should this suffice or will i need to run portupgrade again?
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