Aryeh M. Friedman
aryeh.friedman at gmail.com
Sat Jan 26 15:10:55 PST 2008
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Sergey Matveychuk wrote:
> After a long time, I've got a little free time and spent it working for
> A new version (2.4.0) was released.
> * Many bugs fixed (thanks to reporters).
> * At last I've finished rewriting code and portupgrade now controls all
> tasks (before some port installed without a portupgrade note). As a
> result portupgrade gathers all depends for a port. It spends a time for
> preparing in the beginning of a upgrade process.
> * I've change unused -c and -C options to allow run 'make
> config-conditional' and 'make config' (force options change) before all
> Test the release please. To move from portupgrade to portupgrade-devel
> port, use the command:
> portupgrade -fo ports-mgmt/portupgrade-devel portupgrade
> If you'll want to back to stable porupgrade, use the command:
> portupgrade -o ports-mgmt/portupgrade portupgrade-devel
This breaks certain ports (portupgrade -a) that have multiple ports
that can satisfy a depends. For example net-p2p/deulge depends on
devel/boost but multimedia/miro depends on devel/boost-python. The
only difference between boost and boost-python is boost-python sets
the -DWITH_PYTHON flag and lists lang/python
- -2.5 while boost does not depend on it and makes the user specify the
above flag from the command line. Under the old portugrade it relied
on miro and/or deluge to detect its own depends and since both did it
by xDEP on the installed files either whould be accepted. Under the
new one portupgrade attempts to build from index depends thus does not
allow this interchangablity.
Aryeh M. Friedman
FloSoft Systems, Java Tool Developers
Developer, not business, friendly
"Free software != Free beer"
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