Moved ports not being handled

Warren Block wblock at wonkity.com
Sun Nov 2 15:33:35 UTC 2014


On Wed, 29 Oct 2014, Warren Block wrote:

> Recently, portmaster kept wanting to upgrade these three ports:
>
> graphics/libcdr01
> graphics/libfreehand
> print/libmspub01
>
> It succeeded in rebuilding them every time, but always saw them as needing to 
> be upgraded.  Checking the output showed this:
>
>   ===>>> The graphics/libcdr port moved to graphics/libcdr01
>   ===>>> Reason: Replaced by newer version
>
>   ===>>> The graphics/libfreehand00 port moved to graphics/libfreehand
>   ===>>> Reason: Replaced by newer version
>
>   ===>>> The print/libmspub port moved to print/libmspub01
>   ===>>> Reason: Replaced by newer version
>
> The old versions were still installed, so each time an upgrade was performed 
> with portmaster, it saw the old version and reinstalled the new version. 
> After realizing this, it was easy enough to just pkg delete the old versions.
>
> Is an entry in UPDATING needed for these, or should portmaster handle them 
> automatically?
>
> Forum thread:
> http://forums.freebsd.org/threads/graphics-libfreehand00-and-print-libmspub-not-updating-correctly.48703/

Seeing this again with textproc/libmwaw.  The new version is installed, 
but the old version remains.


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