wblock at wonkity.com
Mon Nov 8 19:50:24 UTC 2010
On Mon, 8 Nov 2010, RW wrote:
> -aRr isn't implied by -a, the rR options are ignored in the former.
> I think it's fairly clear that recursing through installed
> packages with consistent dependecies isn't going to find a package
> that isn't in the set of all installed packages.
That sentence makes me a little dizzy. I think you mean that since -a
is equivalent to listing all packages on the command line, -r or -R are
So portupgrade \* (i.e., -a) is a superset of
portupgrade -r libexample
because all the dependencies of libexample are included in the \* and so
portupgrade will see they need to be updated because a port they depend
on has been updated... Right?
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