xz & liblzma
phildobbin at gmail.com
Mon Jul 2 14:10:29 PDT 2012
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On 02/07/2012 15:53, Brandon Allbery wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 2:21 AM, Phil Dobbin <phildobbin at gmail.com
> <mailto:phildobbin at gmail.com>> wrote:
> `$ port outdated The following installed ports are outdated:
> liblzma 5.0.3_0 < 5.0.3_1 ruby
> 1.8.7-p358_0 < 1.8.7-p370_0 xz 5.0.3_0
> < 5.0.4_0 `
> so I went ahead & upgraded. Then I got:
> - ---> Deactivating liblzma @5.0.3_0 - ---> Unable to deactivate
> liblzma @5.0.3_0, the following ports depend on it: - --->
> ImageMagick @6.7.7-2_0+q16 Warning: Deactivate forced. Proceeding
> despite dependencies.`
> so it looks like ImageMagick may have a problem.
> I would expect that someone would have noticed this already if xz
> didn't replace whatever libraries ImageMagick uses with binary
> compatible versions.
> That someone would even have been you if you're up to date on
> MacPorts itself; rev-upgrade would finish up your upgrade run by
> scanning everything looking (among other things) for shared object
> breakage of the sort that might be introduced by this, and by
> default would have kicked off a rebuild of ImageMagick if that
> breakage had occurred.
Guess so. All's quiet on the subject so I reckon I'll clean up & go on
about my business.
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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