iso-codes_3.43 not found but seems to be the default
ryandesign at macports.org
Wed Apr 20 12:02:22 PDT 2016
On Apr 20, 2016, at 13:40, Patty J Bragger-Wilkinson wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I’m new to macports, and maybe I’m missing something silly, but I’ve searched a bunch and can’t find an answer to my problem..
> I’m trying to install meld, which has a dependency on iso-codes
> port is constantly trying to install version 3.43, even though this version is nowhere to be found in any of the mirrors. I see many newer versions available, but when I try to specify a newer version to install, it keeps looking for the older 3.43
> I’m running MacOS X El Capitan
> MacPorts 2.3.4
> Here’s the command I’m trying:
> $ sudo port install iso-codes @3.67
> ---> Computing dependencies for iso-codes
> ---> Fetching distfiles for iso-codes
> ---> Attempting to fetch iso-codes_3.43.orig.tar.xz from http://distfiles.macports.org/iso-codes
> ---> Attempting to fetch iso-codes_3.43.orig.tar.xz from http://ykf.ca.distfiles.macports.org/MacPorts/mpdistfiles/iso-codes
> ---> Attempting to fetch iso-codes_3.43.orig.tar.xz from http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/pool/main/i/iso-codes/
> When I run with –dtv I see a 404 error code for each attempt, but I’m able to install other packages without problems, so it’s not a firewall issue. And when I browse to one of these mirrors, I do not see a 3.43 version available, so the 404’s make perfect sense.
> Also, when I run info on iso-codes, it shows the older vesion:
> $ port info iso-codes
> iso-codes @3.43 (devel)
> Description: This package aims to provide the list of the country and
> language (and currency) names in one place, rather than
> repeated in many programs.
> Homepage: http://pkg-isocodes.alioth.debian.org/
> Extract Dependencies: xz
> Build Dependencies: gettext
> Platforms: darwin
> License: LGPL-2.1+
> Maintainers: l2g at macports.org, openmaintainer at macports.org
> What am I doing wrong here? Or is this something that I need to report to the maintainers of iso-codes?
sudo port selfupdate
to update your local portfile definitions to the latest version. As you can see here, the current version in MacPorts is 3.67:
I don't know how you ended up with an ancient portfile for iso-codes 3.43 on your system if you're new to MacPorts.
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