meslists at yahoo.fr
Wed Jul 8 12:51:09 UTC 2009
THat's the point !
isnt that -R implied by -N ?
From the portupgrade man page
Install a new port/package when a specified package is not installed. Prior
to the installation a new port/package, all the required packages are
If this option is specified, you can specify a portorigin glob as well as a
pkgname glob to specify which port to install. See portsdb(1) for the details
of the 'portorigin glob'.
On Wednesday 08 July 2009 13:33:49 Ivailo Tanusheff wrote:
> The missing switch is the -R parameter of portupdate.
> I.e. portupgrade -vnyNbR
> Ivailo Tanusheff
> Deputy Head of IT Department
> ProCredit Bank (Bulgaria) AD
> dan <meslists at yahoo.fr>
> Sent by: owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> 08.07.2009 14:05
> Please respond to
> meslists at yahoo.fr
> freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> portupgrade question
> yesterday, having to install kdeadmin, I issued the following command
> portupgrade -vnyNb -l file kdeadmin-3.5.10
> Noting that "n" is negated by "y" (my mistake), the result of this command
> + print/cups-base
> + print/xdvik
> + print/cm-super
> + print/teTeX
> + sysutils/kdeadmin3
> but I expected portupgrade to also upgrade some packages on which kdeadmin
> depends on (required packages ?). Am I wrong somewhere ? Is the order on
> which the arguments are given relevant ?
> To get the result I needed, I then issued the following command
> portupgrade -bRv -l file2 kdeadmin-3.5.10
> and the result, as expected, was
> + converters/libiconv (libiconv-1.13)
> + audio/libogg (libogg-1.1.3,4)
> + audio/celt (celt-0.5.2)
> + audio/libvorbis (libvorbis-1.2.0_3,3)
> + audio/flac (flac-1.2.1)
> + devel/glib20 (glib-2.20.3)
> + audio/libsndfile (libsndfile-1.0.20)
> + audio/arts (arts-1.5.10_1,1)
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