moving port from a 32-bit box to 64-bit one
deliverable at gmail.com
Thu Sep 25 09:31:14 PDT 2008
Thanks, Randall -- this works, except that it forgets to apply
variants. E.g., I have coreutils installed +with_original_names, so
we'd need to drop the numeric version and add that +... exactly.
On Aug 20, 2008, at 6:02 AM, Randall Wood wrote:
> 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 gmail.com
> > 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
>> 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?
>> macports-users mailing list
>> macports-users at lists.macosforge.org
> Randall Wood
> randall.h.wood at alexandriasoftware.com
> "The rules are simple: The ball is round. The game lasts 90 minutes.
> All the rest is just philosophy."
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