yelp could not be built because of libxul dependency (10.0 vs. <2)
mueller23 at insightbb.com
Wed Oct 31 09:25:18 UTC 2012
from Ewald Jenisch <a at jenisch.at>:
> I'm trying to get my system up2date using portupgrade as usual.
> However during the upgrade process I ran into a problem during upgrade
> of yelp:
> ===> yelp-2.30.2_4 depends on package: libxul<2 - not found
> ===> Found libxul-10.0.10, but you need to upgrade to libxul<2.
> UPDATING has an entry for www/libxul of 20120910 that says
> "...If you want to stay with 1.9.2..."
> So in order to make yelp build again, does this mean I've got to
> de-install libxul-10.0.10 and install /usr/ports/www/libxul19 again?
> Thanks much in advance for your help,
I posted a message on this same issue with gnash and mentioned also yelp.
In the case of gnash, libxul19 is supposed to install a file
but libxul-10.0.9 doesn't.
Maybe the yelp port wants/needs this file too?
That was only a few days ago, maybe libxul was updated to 10.0.10 just a day
or two ago?
libxul19 wouldn't install, both because of conflict with libxul and because
libxul19 was marked vulnerable.
So I appear stuck until they fix this bug. File a bug report?
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