invalid command name "delete"
eejasonjones at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 1 19:28:19 PST 2007
Thanks for the quick response.
The short answer is I reinstalled MacPorts and it
works fine now. The longer answer is that I likely did
not have all the optional Apple provided install
components when I installed MacPorts the first time.
My bad, I did not follow the wiki page guidance re.
all the needed components being in place first.
--- Kevin Ballard <eridius at macports.org> wrote:
> Odd. Delete is indeed a command, defined in
> portutil.tcl. It was
> recently re-implemented for the imminent MacPorts
> 1.4, but it existed
> prior to that.
> Try doing a `sudo port selfupdate`. See if perhaps
> you're not at the
> latest release.
> On Mar 1, 2007, at 7:06 PM, Jason Jones wrote:
> > Error: Target com.apple.destroot returned: invalid
> > command name "delete"
> > I'm a first time user on a new system. I installed
> > and Xcode and updated them from apple.
> > Running on a new MacBook x86 system w/ 2GB memory.
> > Any idea what I am missing?
> > When I do "which delete" it doesn't come up with
> > anything. In fact, there is no file on my system
> > called "delete" in the areas that a user has
> > Permission to search.
> > My guess is "delete" is a Tkl command and I am
> > some Tkl.
> Kevin Ballard
> eridius at macports.org
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