[MacPorts] #24656: DEBUG: Backtrace: Is a directory

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Wed Apr 28 03:13:58 PDT 2010

#24656: DEBUG: Backtrace: Is a directory
  Reporter:  Andreas.Krueger2@…          |       Owner:  macports-tickets@…                   
      Type:  defect                      |      Status:  reopened                             
  Priority:  Normal                      |   Milestone:                                       
 Component:  ports                       |     Version:  1.8.2                                
Resolution:                              |    Keywords:                                       
      Port:  py25-distribute             |  
Changes (by Andreas.Krueger2@…):

  * status:  closed => reopened
  * resolution:  duplicate =>


 > Please remember to preview
 Oh, I will. That's good.
 Did not know that it is possible.
 Thanks for telling me!

 > resolution  set to duplicate
 Unfortunately, #16334 does not seem to be resolved, it does not give a

 And: I do not see how #16334 and #24656 are duplicates.

 Moreover, #16334 is there for 15 months?
 Seems to be impossible to solve?

 Why did you switch this to "closed", the problem remains.
 I have just tried again - it still exits with error 1:


 bash-3.2# port selfupdate
 --->  Updating the ports tree
 --->  Updating MacPorts base sources using rsync
 MacPorts base version 1.8.2 installed,
 MacPorts base version 1.8.2 downloaded.
 --->  MacPorts base is already the latest version
 The ports tree has been updated. To upgrade your installed ports, you
 should run
   port upgrade outdated

 bash-3.2# port install py25-distribute
 --->  Computing dependencies for py25-distribute
 --->  Fetching py25-distribute
 --->  Verifying checksum(s) for py25-distribute
 --->  Extracting py25-distribute
 --->  Configuring py25-distribute
 --->  Building py25-distribute
 --->  Staging py25-distribute into destroot
 --->  Installing py25-distribute @0.6.10_0
 --->  Activating py25-distribute @0.6.10_0
 Error: Target org.macports.activate returned: Is a directory
 Error: Status 1 encountered during processing.


Ticket URL: <http://trac.macports.org/ticket/24656#comment:6>
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