Set default python to 2.5?
freebsd at meijome.net
Fri Oct 27 13:51:46 UTC 2006
On Thu, 26 Oct 2006 19:06:28 -0400
Nicolas Blais <nb_root at videotron.ca> wrote:
> Can anyone tell me how to set the default python to 2.5. I've updated python
> to 2.5 about 2 weeks ago when it became default. Since some were having
> issues, it was defaulted back to 2.4.
> I'm not having any problems (and I have lots of ports that use python), and
> would like to keep 2.5, but everytime I portupgrade, I'm asked to "upgrade"
> python-2.5 to python-2.4.3,1 and anything that depends on python which would
> need updating tries to install 2.4.3,1.
> Is there a make.conf flag or something I can do to make 2.5 my default python?
AFFECTS: users of any ports using Python
AUTHOR: perky at FreeBSD.org
After upgrading of lang/python, you must rebuild all its consumer
ports to make them get ready to Python 2.5.
To do this, you will need to:
pkgdb -uf && cd /usr/ports/lang/python && make upgrade-site-packages
did you do all that ?
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