PHP5 development environment using older versions
jeremy at lavergne.gotdns.org
Thu Nov 10 10:10:49 PST 2011
In that case, you'd want your snapshot to consist of only the ones you want frozen in time, and set it as the default source in sources.conf. for any port not in that tree, it will go to the usual repo.
Phillip Koebbe <phillipkoebbe at gmail.com> wrote:
>On Nov 10, 2011, at 11:56 AM, Jeremy Lavergne wrote:
>> It sounds like you want a snapshot of the whole ports tree, rather
>than a sprinkling of ports. If you do this, and remove the main repo
>from sources.conf, macports wont try to installer newer versions as it
>wont know about them.
>> This is basically like using a local svn repo for the port tree, but
>never updating it.
>That would work great if I didn't want my cake and eat it too :) As
>Ryan pointed out in his reply, most users want current versions of
>ports, and I do too, with the exception of these PHP
>development-related ports. Do you know if it's possible to toggle back
>and forth? If I were to take a snapshot of the tree from some point in
>time to install some older things, would I be able to switch back to
>the main repo to install something else? I understand that there might
>be some cross-over problems if I'm installing something newer that
>might upgrade something older, but that's not something I'm terribly
>concerned about right now.
>Thanks, Jeremy. I appreciate the quick response.
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