Error on "sudo port -v upgrade outdated"
ktan at realityartisans.com
Mon Jul 9 06:48:26 PDT 2012
On 7/9/12 09:27, Kok-Yong Tan wrote:
> On 7/9/12 09:22, Chris Jones wrote:
>>> So noted. I haven't done anything yet. However, it seems apparent that
>>> I've got to change *SOMETHING* to get MacPorts to compile...
>> Jeremy beat me to it ! AFAIK, MacPorts should already be using gcc
>> 4.2 with your combination of Xcode and OSX. I don't know why its
>> using gcc 4.0
>> - Does it do this for all ports, or just the one that fails ?
>> - Have you altered your macports.conf file at all ?
>> cheers Chris
> Nah, I don't fiddle with the macports.conf file. I just issue
> commands on the MacPorts level (i.e., "sudo port -v ...") and refrain
> from touching any config files. I have tried upgrading individual
> ports--hoping that a "sudo port -v upgrade outdated" will take care of
> all of them (including recursive upgrades) for me.
Oops. That should be "I have *NOT* tried upgrading individual
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