Portupgrade Update

E. J. Cerejo ej.cerejo at laposte.net
Sat May 17 22:48:30 PDT 2003

It take a little bit more to upgrade your installed ports than just use 
portupgrade!  Most probably you started using portupgrade without doing 
pkgdb -F first and portsdb -Uu.  You should uninstall every port that 
has double versions installed, uninstall both of them and then follow 
the instructions on this site to upgrade and reinstall the ports:

Bob Perry wrote:
> I ran pkg_info after upgrading the ports tree and found two versions of 
> the same package, imake-4.2.0_1 and imake-4.3.0.  I was about to 
> deinstall the earlier version but first wanted to check the package 
> requirements with the pkg_info -rR command.  The ouput indicated that 
> imake-4.2.0_1 was required by 95 packages in my system.  Twenty-one of 
> these packages also appeared in output I received after running the same 
> command on imake-4.3.0. My packages were over 90% current.  I expected 
> to see only one package requiring the older version.  Can anyone help me 
> make sense of this?
> Thanks,
> Bob
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