Remove installed port without /usr/ports directory
brian at brianwhalen.net
Thu Jun 25 18:22:08 UTC 2015
A package should've been created as part of that. Perhaps try listing
installed packages and then deleting the displayed match.
On Jun 25, 2015 11:11 AM, "Moritz Schmitt" <moritz at schmi.tt> wrote:
> Dear all,
> Some time ago I installed the port
> Today I updated the ports tree by running
> portsnap fetch update
> and then executed portmaster to update all ports. This didn't work,
> and portmaster stopped with the following error:
> ===>>> The security/py-backports.ssl_match_hostname port has been
> deleted: This functionality was backported to python 2.7.9
> ===>>> Aborting update
> Now I would like to delete security/py-backports.ssl_match_hostname but
> is no such port in the ports tree anymore.
> Is there any other way to delete this port apart from checking out an old
> version of the port tree that still has this port in it, then delete it,
> only then update?
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