jaroslav.hron at googlemail.com
Sun Mar 4 03:17:18 PST 2007
Thanks for the hints...
Ok you are right it seems to use the same variants,
but one learnes about it only after all the compilation
is over.... (this is even with the -v option...)
---> Fetching ImageMagick
---> ImageMagick-6.3.2-9.tar.bz2 doesn't seem to exist in /opt/local/
---> Attempting to fetch ImageMagick-6.3.2-9.tar.bz2 from http://
---> Verifying checksum(s) for ImageMagick
---> Checksumming ImageMagick-6.3.2-9.tar.bz2
---> Extracting ImageMagick
---> Extracting ImageMagick-6.3.2-9.tar.bz2
---> Configuring ImageMagick
---> Building ImageMagick with target all
---> Staging ImageMagick into destroot
---> Compressing man pages for ImageMagick
---> Deactivating ImageMagick 6.3.2-4_0+darwin_8+jpeg2
---> Installing ImageMagick 6.3.2-9_0+darwin_8+jpeg2
---> Activating ImageMagick 6.3.2-9_0+darwin_8+jpeg2
would it be better to print first what is going to be done,
---> Upgrading ImageMagick 6.3.2-4_0+darwin_8+jpeg2 -> 6.3.2-9_0
On Mar 3, 2007, at 20:53 , Christian Voelker wrote:
> Am 03.03.2007 um 18:10 schrieb Jaroslav Hron:
>> Hi, as a mac and macports beginner I have a few questions.
> Using it since two month but I think I can answer most of it.
>> 1) if I do
>> port upgrade outdated
>> does it use the same variants options (like +x11)
>> as was used for the older version of the package
>> beeing upgraded?
> Yes, and it should tell what it does as soon as you
> issue the command. It should not hurt trying, at least
> if you are running with archiving turned on. The first
> thing it does is deactivating the currently installed
> port (note: not uninstalling it) you can easily type
> command-c and reactivate in case you are not happy
> with what port tells what it is going to do.
> Bye, Christian
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