Portmanager 0.3.9 asserting
Michael C. Shultz
ringworm01 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 26 03:05:05 GMT 2005
On Friday 25 November 2005 18:49, Wes Santee wrote:
> Just updated to portmanager 0.3.9 from 0.3.7 and now every command
> (except --help) is causing an assert:
> $ sudo portmanager --version
> rParseCommandLine 0.3.9_1
> $ sudo portmanager --status
> MGdbRead error: unable to open file
> /usr/local/share/portmanager/pkgtools.db system message: No such file or
> Assertion failed: (0), function MGdbRead, file MGdbRead.c, line 65.
> Abort trap: 6 (core dumped)
> Sure enough, there is no pkgtools.db. Since this doesn't get installed
> with the port, I'm assuming it's supposed to be dynamically created.
> Just using the default pm-020.conf file installed with the updated port:
> $ sudo cp pm-020.conf.SAMPLE pm-020.conf
> Anyone else having problems? I'm on 6.0-RELEASE, BTW.
0.3.9_1 is trying to load pkgtools.conf, its not supposed to if ruby isn't
installed or pkgtools.conf is missing so looks like you found a bug.
Will check it out and post a patch asap.
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