[Fwd: Portupgrade Stale Dependency Issue]
itetcu at apropo.ro
Sat Dec 20 15:56:17 PST 2003
On Sat, 20 Dec 2003 18:32:34 -0500
Bob Perry <rperry4 at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Just ran pkgdb -F per prompt from the portversion program and got the
> two messages:
> Stale origin: 'textproc/ruby-rdoc': perhaps moved or obsoleted.
> -> The port 'textproc/ruby-rdoc' was removed on 2003-12-15 because:
> "integrated into ruby18 and ruby16-shim-ruby18"
> -> Hint: ruby-rdoc-0.9.0 is not required by any other package
> -> Hint: checking for overwritten files...
> -> No files installed by ruby-rdoc-0.9.0 have been overwritten by
> other packages.
> Deinstall ruby-rdoc-0.9.0 ? [no]
> Appears as though I'm being told that ruby-rdoc-0.9.0 can be removed,
> yet the
> default selection re deinstall is "no". Am I missing something?
As the hint says, you can deintsall it. After you're done with pkgdf -F
do a portupgrade -r on ruby18 or ruby16-shim-ruby18, which ever you
> Stale dependency: gnome2-2.4.1 -> openldap-client-2.1.23
> openldap-client-2.0.27 (score:76%) ? ([y]es/[n]o/[a]ll) [no]
It seems that you had down-graded your open-ldap. You now have installed
openladap 2.0.27 on you system, but when you've installed gmnome you had
2.1.13; you can either choose:
a) yes (or all) and doing so will "point" gnome (or all) "to depend" on
b) no, terminate pkgbd and do a portupgrade on openldap-client to bring
it back to 2.1.xx
Choose what you need (if you have something that requires 2.0 do a if
not do b.)
> I click the default selection "no" and I'm prompted to input a new
> Assuming that I need to install openldap-client-2.1.23, I review the
> net/openldap21-client port directory and I only find a Makefile.
And ? That make file sets CLIENT_ONLY=yes and includes the
../openldap21-server's Makefile so all is OK. Looking at the places
where CLINET_ONLY appears in the Make file tells that You can define to
have or not the docs installed and to have WITH_SASL with (Cyrus) SASL2
> If someone can explain what the program is asking, I may be in a
> better position to respond appropriately.
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