port outdated - not showing outdated port?
face at CentosPrime.COM
Sat Jul 11 13:00:22 PDT 2009
On 2009-07-11 , at 12:39 , Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Jul 11, 2009, at 08:10, Chris Janton wrote:
>> port installed shows
>> php5 @5.2.6_2+apache+darwin_7+macosx+mysql5+pear (active)
>> php5 @5.2.10_0+apache+darwin_7+macosx+mysql5+pear
>> php5 @5.2.10_1+apache+darwin_7+macosx+mysql5+pear
>> port outdated shows
>> No installed ports are outdated.
>> port info php5 shows
>> php5 @5.3.0 (lang, php, www)
>> My question is "why doesn't port outdated show that php5 is now at
> Is your portindex up to date? Try "sudo port sync"; is it still the
> Do you have a local portindex that might be overriding ours?
> Or do you have a local php5 portfile that might be overriding ours?
admin at x:admin:121 $ sudo port sync
admin at x:admin:122 $ port outdated
No installed ports are outdated.
the only 'portindex' that I can find is
admin at x:admin:131 $ port file php5
admin at x:admin:135 $ cat /opt/local/etc/macports/sources.conf
# MacPorts system wide sources configuration file
# $Id: sources.conf 26177 2007-06-15 10:11:22Z jmpp at macports.org $
# To enable your local ports repository, uncomment and customize the
# following line to point at your local ports directory
# Example: file:///Users/landonf/misc/MacPorts/ports
# To prevent a source from synchronizing when `port sync` is used,
# append [nosync] to the end of the line
# Example: file:///Users/landonf/misc/MacPorts/dports [nosync]
# To get the ports tree from the MacPorts rsync.macports.org server use:
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