alejandro.aragon at gmail.com
Thu Apr 30 15:02:57 PDT 2009
That's a nice tool. I uninstalled a lot of stuff that I never used.
On Apr 30, 2009, at 2:40 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Apr 30, 2009, at 14:31, Alejandro Aragon wrote:
>> Thank you guys for the quick response. Doing 'sudo port -f -u
>> uninstall' suggested by Erwan I went down from 12.2Gb to 9.1Gb. The
>> distfiles are about 353Mb. I've been thinking however, that
>> probably the best way to do this is to remove macports and start
>> from scratch. I'm thinking about this because I installed many
>> ports in the past that I basically don't need anymore, and other
>> times I uninstalled others but dependencies remained and so on. The
>> only thing that bothers me is that it will take again about 2 hours
>> to compile the GCC compiler.
> There's no need to go to all that trouble. Try port_cutleaves, which
> helps you identify and remove unneeded ports.
> sudo port install port_cutleaves
> man port_cutleaves
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