Epiphany requires gnupg and does not accept gnupg21?
devans at macports.org
Sat Oct 8 22:50:51 PDT 2016
On 10/8/16 7:03 PM, David Evans wrote:
> On 10/8/16 5:29 PM, Lawrence Velázquez wrote:
>>> On Oct 8, 2016, at 3:33 PM, Johannes Kastl <mail at ojkastl.de> wrote:
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>>> Dear all,
>>> while trying to upgrade my gimp2 port today, I stumbled upon
>>> epiphany throwing this error:
>>>> sudo port install epiphany ---> Computing dependencies for
>>>> epiphany Error: Unable to execute port: Can't install gnupg
>>>> because conflicting ports are active: gnupg21
>>> Is this a known issue?
>> That would be gcr, not epiphany.
>> % port echo depends:gnupg and rdepof:epiphany
>> gnupg and gnupg21 conflict so that users don't run into unexpected
>> behavior switching back and forth . I'm not really sure what the best
>> way of remedying this is.
>> : https://trac.macports.org/ticket/45856#comment:3
> As Larry says, the gnupg dependency is coming from gcr, and, at first glance, that doesn't seem correct to
> me. gcr provides ui widgets to display/handle gnupg generated records as well as opengpg, etc, but libgcrypt and
> p11-kit should be sufficient to do this and I don't see any dependency on gnupg in configure.ac. This just
> may be a hold over from old times. Will investigate further and see if the gnupg dependency can just go away.
I've confirmed that gcr's dependency on gnupg is unnecessary -- works fine without it. Removed in r153722.
Let me know if you have any further problems upgrading gimp2.
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