arno at alum.wpi.edu
Tue Jul 3 08:12:55 PDT 2012
On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 10:52 AM, Jeremy Lavergne
<jeremy at lavergne.gotdns.org> wrote:
>> yes, but that would only work if a binary is available!
> Yes, but it'll do what you're after: letting you know if one is available.
> You can add -p if you want it go on and do what it can from a list of ports you want to install without bailing at first error.
Good idea, so say you want to install some set of ports, one of which
has many deps:
> port -p -b install port1 port2 port3 big-port
port1 port2 go in fine, port3 isn't available as a binary and one of
the deps of big-port isn't available.
You can then check what's missing with:
> port echo port1 port2 port3 big-port rdepof:big-port and not installed
You would see something like:
You can then install the ports that you have to manually compile when
you have the processor time:
> port install port3 big-port
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