Port upgrade outdated no longer plays nice
damon.mcdougall at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 08:04:30 PDT 2012
Just 'port outdated' will also work.
d.mcdougall at warwick.ac.uk (mailto:d.mcdougall at warwick.ac.uk)
University of Warwick
On Monday, 11 June 2012 at 15:38, Arno Hautala wrote:
> On 6/11/12, Jasper Frumau <jasperfrumau at gmail.com (mailto:jasperfrumau at gmail.com)> wrote:
> > On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 6:19 PM, Dominik Reichardt
> > <domiman at gmail.com (mailto:domiman at gmail.com)>wrote:
> > > That just means there was nothing outdated to upgrade at the moment (I
> > > think this error message could use some fine tuning though).
> > >
> > I see. Did not know that. Thanks!
> You can check this by running "port echo outdated".
> If there isn't any output, you don't have any ports to upgrade, unless
> you haven't synced with the port tree recently or there was some sort
> of error that prevented the tree from updating.
> It'd be nice if selfupdate reported how many ports are upgradeable.
> arno s hautala /-| arno at alum.wpi.edu (mailto:arno at alum.wpi.edu)
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