Error on "sudo port -v upgrade outdated"

Kok-Yong Tan ktan at
Mon Jul 9 06:12:09 PDT 2012

On 7/9/12 09:00, Jeremy Lavergne wrote:
>> gcc[tab][tab] gave me 108 possibilities, none of which applied.  I did a "which gcc" and it gave me:
>> /usr/bin/gcc
>> and that's what gives me version 4.0.1.
> Sounds like you only have gcc in /usr/bin then. Is it a symlink?
> ls -l /usr/bin/gcc

Hmmm, it looks like gcc is a symlink to gcc-4.0.

There seems to be a whole lot of things in /usr/bin that have both 4.0.1 
and 4.2.1 versions.  I'm wondering if I change the symlink to 4.2.1, 
what else will break:  Don't the dynamic libraries, etc., also have to 
match, not mention the linker, etc.?

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