solved: manually editing the registry database
jochen at fhi-berlin.mpg.de
Mon Jun 4 12:22:23 PDT 2007
For the records: with respect to the weird behaviour of py-numpy on
my system I did solve it the following way:
> Can I manually remove the py-numpy entry from the port registry, in
> order to re-install the port?
sudo port contents py-numpy
did not show any files for that port, I simply went ahead and deleted
the receipt for py-numpy:
sudo mv /opt/local/var/db/dports/receipts/py-numpy /tmp/numpy-
This seemed to have done the trick, as I could then install py-numpy
without any problems
> Is this documented somewhere?
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