How do I recompile one port?
arno at alum.wpi.edu
Fri May 21 16:26:04 PDT 2010
On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 18:45, Michael_google gmail_Gersten
<keybounce at gmail.com> wrote:
> stbmac:23 Michael$ sudo port install libsdl_image +universal
> ---> Computing dependencies for libsdl_image
> ---> Unpacking tgz archive for libsdl_image 1.2.10_2+universal
> ---> Installing libsdl_image @1.2.10_2+universal
> ---> Activating libsdl_image @1.2.10_2+universal
> ---> Cleaning libsdl_image
> stbmac:23 Michael$ man port
> Alright, so uninstall, clean, and reinstall doesn't do it. Lets check
> the manual.
In this case, it's because you have port packaging turned on. There's
probably a command line option to ignore existing packages, but you
probably want to delete the current archive anyway.
Theres are stored, by default, under: /opt/local/var/macports/packages/
The one you want to delete is probably located at:
Delete that, or the correct file if I got the name wrong, and you
should be able to uninstall, clean, and then install a fresh build.
"port clean --archive libsdl_image" will delete any archives
"port clean --all libsdl_image" will delete archives, dist files, builds, etc.
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