openssl upgrade fubar?
eridius at macports.org
Mon Dec 25 22:05:37 PST 2006
Ah, then the meaning has changed. I always pass -f to upgrade because
otherwise MacPorts refuses to deactivate the old version if the are
any ports which depend on it, despite the fact that it's about to
activate the new version.
In times past, the -f flag did not force it to upgrade dependencies
that didn't need the upgrade.
I want to upgrade out-of-date dependencies, I just also want to
actually install the damn thing.
Is there any solution to this right now?
On Dec 26, 2006, at 12:57 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> Yes -- you told it to. That's what "-f" does. It forces the
> reinstall, even if MacPorts doesn't think it needs to.
> If you just want to reinstall Subversion and not its dependencies,
> also use the "-n" flag.
kevin at sb.org
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