Removal of print/ghostscript*-nox11
wblock at wonkity.com
Sun Aug 23 01:08:56 UTC 2015
On Sun, 23 Aug 2015, Hiroki Sato wrote:
> Warren Block <wblock at wonkity.com> wrote
> in <alpine.BSF.2.20.1508221448070.93055 at wonkity.com>:
> wb> It's not clear to me how people that currently have the old
> wb> print/ghostscript should switch to the new version.
> wb> 'portmaster -o print/ghostscript9-x11 ghostscript9-9.06_10' (in my
> wb> case) or even just 'portmaster ghostscript9-9.06_10' turns into an
> wb> endless loop:
> wb> ===>>> print/ghostscript9-x11 >> print/ghostscript9-x11 >>
> wb> ghostscript9-9.06_10 (2/2)
> wb> ===>>> The print/ghostscript9 port moved to print/ghostscript9-x11
> wb> ===>>> Reason: Split into print/ghostscript9-base and
> wb> print/ghostscript9-x11
> wb> That will continue to recurse, adding one more print/ghostscript9-x11
> wb> each time. UPDATING should show the correct method. Maybe just
> wb> 'pkg delete -f ghostscript9-9.06_10' and then install
> wb> print/ghostscript9-x11?
> Does r395051 fix this issue?
'portmaster ghostscript' did correctly replace the old ghostscript with
ghostscript-base, but ghostscript-x11 was not installed.
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