How to find out which ports/dependencies were installed when
installing a port?
simon at gath3n.de
Sun Aug 28 14:47:34 GMT 2005
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with # pkg_info -Rr "A" you can find out what "A" depends on and which
packages require "A".
on 08/27/2005 18:24 Robert G. said the following:
> New here. I'm running portuprade and wondering if it's possible to find
> out which ports/dependencies were installed when installing a specific
> application. For example: I install "A" which needs "B" and "C" to run.
> So portupgrade installs "B" and "C" along with "A". Later down the
> road I deinstall "A" and decide I'd like to get rid of the
> ports/dependencies that "A" needed installed with it. How would I go
> about finding "B" and "C" just by knowing "A"'s name? There has to be
> an easy answer, but I can't figure it out.
Mit freundlichem Gruß,
With best regards,
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