syntax for uninstalling. Can I use a regex?
David.Epstein at warwick.ac.uk
Sun Feb 28 07:49:02 PST 2010
Brandon Allbery wrote:
> May I suggest reading "man port" in a terminal window?
Thanks a lot for the patient replies from Joshua and Brandon. I did in fact
spend quite a lot of time studying "man port" before writing to the forum.
I'm sure the manual page is very clear to anyone who already knows most of
The replies have been a big help, but it seems that I'm still not 100%
through the thicket.
I am in /opt/local and here is what happened. Are the files or directories
listed supposed to remain permanently in my file system?
sudo port clean --all name:texlive
---> Cleaning texlive
---> Cleaning texlive_base
---> Cleaning texlive_texmf-docs
---> Cleaning texlive_texmf-full
---> Cleaning texlive_texmf-minimal
Tottie:/<1>local% find . -name "*texlive*" -print
Tottie:/<1>local% port installed texlive
None of the specified ports are installed.
I would be very grateful for further comments.
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