Problem upgrading ports - not found

Eitan Adler lists at
Tue Jun 15 22:44:07 UTC 2010

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On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 1:26 AM, Scott Schappell <archon at> wrote:
> I'm trying to upgrade ports and they keep choking. In particular gpg is one of them:
> /libexec/ Shared object "" not found, required by ""
> What do I need to do to fix this problem?

  AFFECTS: users of devel/gettext (i.e.: YOU)
  AUTHOR: ade at

  Another version of gettext (0.18), and another shared library version
  bump (from intl.8 to intl.9), so:

  All ports that have an identifiable known direct dependency on gettext
  have had their PORTREVISIONs bumped.  If after upgrading:

    # portupgrade -rf gettext
    # portmaster -w -r gettext

  The upgrade of devel/gobject-introspection may fail because it is looking
  for  In this case, do the following:

    # cd /usr/ports/devel/gobject-introspection
    # make clean
    # make deinstall
    # make install clean

  Then continue your upgrade procedure normally.

  If there are still ports on your system that are looking for
  (either in ${LOCALBASE}/lib/compat/pkg, or non-existent), _please_ file
  a PR so that a correct direct dependency can be added.

  Once you are satisfied that no ports still depend on the old versions (such
  as and you can safely delete them from the
  ${LOCALBASE}/lib/compat/pkg directory if they are present there.

Eitan Adler


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