"Downgrading" a port - libtorrent

Randall Wood rhwood at mac.com
Fri Sep 21 01:33:54 PDT 2007

Try the following:

sudo port deactivate libtorrent
sudo port activate libtorrent @0.11.7_0

On 21 Sep 2007, at 04:29, Marcus D'Camp wrote:

> Hello everyone, I'll start by stating I'm newish to this list having
> subscribed briefly in the past.  I've recently ran into a problem  
> that I
> haven't been able to figure out and decided to come to the lists to
> possibly solve my problem.  Here it goes...
> I have scripts in place to update macports and report outdated ports,
> and in doing so when libtorrent switched to 0.11.7_0 from 0.11.4_0, I
> happily updated without thinking about rtorrent and in turn have  
> noticed a slight change in
> behavior in the rtorrent/libtorrent duo.  I was wondering if there  
> was a way
> to "downgrade" to the previous port?  I notice that I still have a  
> large
> bit of data from the previous port.  Forgive my novice question, I've
> tried to figure it out on my own to no avail.  I guess a follow-up
> question is will rtorrent soon be updated as well?  Since the two go
> together and are to be run according to version.  I'm very aware the
> maintainers donate their time, and could be busy, I'm thankful for
> what they do, just thought I would ask if anyone her knew.  Thanks in
> advance!
> -- 
> Marcus D'Camp
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