portmaster and meaning of --show-work / confirm to proceed
000.fbsd at quip.cz
Fri Jan 29 21:12:59 UTC 2010
Doug Barton wrote:
> On 1/25/2010 9:30 AM, Miroslav Lachman wrote:
>> Doug Barton wrote:
>>> Funny you should mention that. :) The current svn version of portmaster
>>> (users/dougb/portmaster) has this exact feature, and it's almost ready
>>> to be committed to the port. It's currently on by default, and I just
>>> need to add a knob to disable it, and some code to override it if the
>>> only thing to do is the one port the user specified on the command line.
>>> I may get to that today, but $REALLIFE has been kicking my *hrmph*
>>> lately, so it may not be done till the weekend. I would appreciate it if
>>> you would give that a look and tell me if it suits your needs. It's
>>> likely that once I'm 100% convinced that this new feature is the right
>>> way to go that I will drop the --show-work option altogether.
>> I upgraded to portmaster-2.17 with this new feature and it is really nice!
I have one small bug report (unfortunately not much useful info)
# portmaster textproc/pear-Spreadsheet_Excel_Writer devel/pear-OLE
===>>> The following actions will be taken if you choose to proceed:
The line "Install devel/pear-OLE" is listed twice.
Maybe it is listed two times because it is specified on commandline and
pear-OLE is required by pear-Spreadsheet_Excel_Writer.
I am sorry that I can't provide any more useful informations, but I am
in hurry now with this installation for a customer. :(
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