Paul Pathiakis pathiaki2 at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 11 23:23:51 UTC 2018

Personally, I used to love all the port tools:  portupgrade, portmaster, etc.....
However, since the new packaging system came along....  I have found very little need for them.  I haven't checked lately, but when pkg came out, they were in serious need of fixing, so I tried to see what pkg could do and what shortcomings.... I haven't looked back.  Also, with very few exceptions, I haven't needed ports much any more.... :)  


    On Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 7:08:33 PM EDT, starikarp at yandex.com <starikarp at yandex.com> wrote:  

I try to use portmaster for update ports but I had poblems with python

===>>> Launching child to install devel/py-astroid at py27

===>>> All >> devel/py-astroid at py27 (61/94)

===>>> Currently installed version: py27-astroid-1.6.5
===>>> Port directory: /usr/ports/devel/py-astroid at py27

===>>> Starting check for build dependencies
===>>> Gathering dependency list for devel/py-astroid at py27 from ports
===>>> Dependency check complete for devel/py-astroid at py27

===>>> All >> py27-astroid-1.6.5 (61/94)

===>  Cleaning for py27-astroid-2.0.4
===>  py27-astroid-2.0.4 Unknown flavor 'py27', possible flavors: py36..
*** Error code 1

make: stopped in /usr/ports/devel/py-astroid

===>>> make build failed for devel/py-astroid at py27
===>>> Aborting update

===>>> Update for devel/py-astroid at py27 failed
===>>> Aborting update

===>>> There are messages from installed ports to display,
      but first take a moment to review the error messages
      above.  Then press Enter when ready to proceed. 

Is portmaster still useful, please?

Thank you.

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