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Portmanager finished and I'm not sure what its trying to tell me. Do I have to manually update gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 or just run portmanager again? It made a list of ports and they all showed current. Here is the output: ------------------------------------------------------------------------ OLD kdeutils-3.3.2 built with old dependency gnupg-1.4.0, current dependency isgnupg-1.4.0_1 OLD kde-3.3.2 built with old dependency gnupg-1.4.0, current dependency is gnupg-1.4.0_1 OLD gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 built with old dependency gnupg-1.4.0, current dependency is gnupg-1.4.0_1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ status report finished ================================================== ====================== checkForOldDepencies 0.2.6_5 skip: kdeutils-3.3.2 has a dependency gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 that needs to be updated first checkForOldDepencies 0.2.6_5 skip: kde-3.3.2 has a dependency gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 ...

  1. #1

    Default Portmanager output, what's it mean?

    Portmanager finished and I'm not sure what its trying to tell me. Do
    I have to manually update gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 or just run portmanager
    again? It made a list of ports and they all showed current. Here is
    the output:

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    OLD kdeutils-3.3.2 built with old dependency gnupg-1.4.0, current
    dependency isgnupg-1.4.0_1
    OLD kde-3.3.2 built with old dependency gnupg-1.4.0, current
    dependency is gnupg-1.4.0_1
    OLD gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 built with old dependency gnupg-1.4.0,
    current dependency is gnupg-1.4.0_1
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    status report finished
    ================================================== ======================
    checkForOldDepencies 0.2.6_5 skip: kdeutils-3.3.2 has a dependency
    gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 that needs to be updated first
    checkForOldDepencies 0.2.6_5 skip: kde-3.3.2 has a dependency
    gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 that needs to be updated first
    checkForOldDepencies 0.2.6_5 skip: gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 has a
    dependency gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 that needs to be updated first
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    update of ports collection complete with either some errors, ignored
    ports or both
    ================================================== ======================
    Benjamin Dover Guest

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    Default Re: Portmanager output, what's it mean?

    On Tuesday 15 February 2005 02:38 pm, Benjamin Dover wrote:
    > Portmanager finished and I'm not sure what its trying to tell me. Do
    > I have to manually update gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 or just run
    > portmanager again? It made a list of ports and they all showed
    > current. Here is the output:
    >
    > ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    >--- OLD kdeutils-3.3.2 built with old dependency gnupg-1.4.0, current
    > dependency isgnupg-1.4.0_1
    > OLD kde-3.3.2 built with old dependency gnupg-1.4.0, current
    > dependency is gnupg-1.4.0_1
    > OLD gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 built with old dependency gnupg-1.4.0,
    > current dependency is gnupg-1.4.0_1
    > ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    >--- status report finished
    > ================================================== ===================
    >=== checkForOldDepencies 0.2.6_5 skip: kdeutils-3.3.2 has a dependency
    > gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 that needs to be updated first
    > checkForOldDepencies 0.2.6_5 skip: kde-3.3.2 has a dependency
    > gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 that needs to be updated first
    > checkForOldDepencies 0.2.6_5 skip: gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 has a
    > dependency gnupg-devel-1.9.14_1 that needs to be updated first
    > ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    >--- update of ports collection complete with either some errors,
    > ignored ports or both
    > ================================================== ===================
    please send me the output of portmanager -u >& portmanager.log (send to
    [email]ringworm01[/email])

    right now I am guessing gnupg-1.4.0 failed to build but it should have
    explicitly reported that fact, so maybe there is a bug here.

    -Mike


    Michael C. Shultz Guest

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