phildobbin at gmail.com
Sun Feb 12 16:29:24 PST 2012
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On 13/02/2012 00:23, Bradley Giesbrecht wrote:
>> I've got a load of ports that selfupdate tells me that there are
>> updates for & I'd like to go ahead with `port upgrade outdated` but
>> amongst the list of ports there is just one port I don't want to upgrade.
>> Is there another way to do this rather than explicitly pass arguments
>> on the command line for all the ports (there are about thirty ports)?
> First off, use "-y dry run".
> man port
> Second, I'm not sure but try: (you did not mention which port so I'm using ImageMagick for an example.)
> $ sudo port -vy upgrade outdated and not name:ImageMagick
Thanks Alja? & Bradley. I'll give it a spin.
But masters, remember that I am an ass.
Though it be not written down,
yet forget not that I am an ass.
Wm. Shakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing
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