moving port from a 32-bit box to 64-bit one

Randall Wood randall.h.wood at
Wed Aug 20 03:02:17 PDT 2008

You will have to reinstall your ports. Here's I deal with a large

port installed > ~/installed.txt
sudo php -f ~/install-list-ports ~/installed.txt

install-listed-ports is a php script that is attached and should work
in 10.4 or 10.5 out of the box. Just copy it to your home directory
for this to work.

On Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 12:56 AM, Alexy Khrabrov <deliverable at> wrote:
> I've migrated from a 32-bit MacBook Core Duo to MBP Core 2 Duo, and
> the Migration Assistant happily brought over my macports which look
> like they work.  Except when I start one zsh inside another I get some
> deallocate failures...  Which makes me think, will selfupdate notice I
> am on 64 bits now and reinstall stuff, or do I have to reinstall it
> all myself -- and then, is there an automatic way to redo all the
> ports which are 64 bit-aware and capable?
> Cheers,
> Alexy
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Randall Wood
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