sonicy at otenet.gr
Sat Jun 20 22:31:11 UTC 2009
Joshua Isom wrote:
> I recently upgraded my ports tree which included the python update.
> Everything went smoothly(except that openchrome on amd64 requires a
> hand patch), but now portell won't run. I can create a database, but
> all I get otherwise is:
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/usr/local/bin/portell", line 93, in <module>
> File "/usr/local/bin/portell", line 73, in main
> if d.has_key(portname):
> File "/usr/local/lib/python2.6/shelve.py", line 107, in has_key
> return key in self.dict
> TypeError: argument of type 'bsddb.bsddb' is not iterable
> I've tried reinstalling python26 and portell, as well as seeing if a
> missing dependency of databases/py-bsddb was the cause to no avail. I
> haven't found anyone else having this error, so I'm not sure how to
> fix it. Has anyone else had this happen and know how to fix it?
Same here. First I thought something went wrong with the python upgrade,
but then checked in a clean vmware install and got the same results. Not
sure about the fix, but this is either an incompatibility of portell
with 2.6, or a python bug.
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