c.kworr at gmail.com
Wed Mar 27 16:43:32 UTC 2013
2013-03-27 18:37, Loic Capdeville wrote:
>>>>> import sys; sys.__plen = len(sys.path)
>>>>> import sys; new=sys.path[sys.__plen:]; del sys.path[sys.__plen:];
>>>>> p=getattr(sys,'__egginsert',0); sys.path[p:p]=new; sys.__egginsert =
>>>> Looks like py-distribute is not installed at all.
>>>> what was the outcome of "portupgrade -fo devel/py-distribute
>>>> devel/py-setuptools"? Can you try running that again?
>>> It hasn't printed anything since the first time I tried to run it...
>>> and still print nothing.
>> So here is a main problem. If it prints nothing it doesn't work.
>> Do you have portupgrade or portmaster installed? Did it yield at least
>> one line? Some errors? If it doesn't that's surely a sign that something
>> is going wrong.
> I use portupgrade regularly to upgrade my ports, and usually everything
> goes right.
> If fails only with that particular operation (or these portupgrade options)
> Do I have to install "devel/py-distribute" separately, or should the
> "portupgrade -fo" command do everything itself (uninstall py-setuptools
> and install py-distribute) ?
This command should forcefully deintsall second package and replace it
with first one. I'm not using portupgrade, I switched to portmaster long
time ago so I can't help you with it.
If you want to make the switch by hand I think you should:
pkg_delete -f py27-setuptools-0.6c11_3
# now write down the whole list of dependent packages
cd /usr/ports/devel/py-distribute ; make install clean
portupgrade -f ..list of packages that require setuptools..
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