pkg delete --no-recursive
dnewman at networktest.com
Mon Mar 16 17:02:18 UTC 2015
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On 3/13/15 1:49 AM, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> On 03/13/15 08:27, Olivier Nicole wrote:
>> How to tell pkg delete to remove only *this* package and not all
>> the ones that depends on it.
> pkg delete -f pkgname
>> There is a --recursive option, but it is applied by default and I
>> don't see how to disable it.
>> My goal is to remove perl5.14 in order to install perl5.20. All
>> other packages that depend on perl5.14 will be rebuild afterward,
>> so the dependecy will be updated accordingly.
>> But in no case I want to delete all packages depending on perl, I
>> *do* need them.
> The best way to do a perl5.14 to perl5.20 upgrade is by simply
> upgrading from a package repo with all the perl stuff built against
> perl5.20. Works like a charm, and only reinstalls the necessary
What command(s), specifically, to use?
I also have the same problem upgrading php5 and php55 to php56.
> Trying to work out all this dependency stuff by hand tends to be
> error-prone, tedious and leave your system in a bit of a mess.
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