Port version problem
ohauer at gmx.de
Sun Mar 23 11:15:27 UTC 2014
On 2014-03-23 12:05, Jerry wrote:
> When I ran the following command after updating my port's tree:
> /usr/sbin/pkg version -vIL=
> It produced the following output:
> dri-9.1.7_3,2 > succeeds index (index has 7.6.1_3,2)
> libEGL-9.1.7 > succeeds index (index has 7.6.1)
> libGL-9.1.7 > succeeds index (index has 7.6.1_4)
> libdrm-2.4.50 > succeeds index (index has 2.4.17_1)
> xf86-video-ati-7.2.0_1 > succeeds index (index has 6.14.6_1)
> xf86-video-intel-2.21.15_1 > succeeds index (index has 2.7.1_6)
> xorg-server-1.12.4_4,1 > succeeds index (index has 1.7.7_11,1)
> How is that even possible? I don't recall seeing anything in UPDATING that
> referred to this.
The param -I checks against /usr/ports/INDEX(-n) to speed up comparing.
Do you use portsnap or cvs to update the ports tree?
portsnap should automatically update the INDEX file unless the setting in /etc/portsnap.conf was changed.
In case subversion is used, the INDEX is only updated with the following command
$> make fetchindex -C /usr/ports
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