how keep particular broken port from trying to reinstall?
murrayeisenberg at gmail.com
Sun Jan 17 13:13:57 PST 2016
> On17 Jan 2016 18:30:09 +0100, Clemens Lang <cal at macports.org <mailto:cal at macports.org>>wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 17, 2016 at 12:13:34PM -0500, Murray Eisenberg wrote:
>> 1. Each time I upgrade any ports, automatically MacPorts notices that
>> the port for qt4-mac is broken and attempts to build it again.
> That happens because qt4-mac links against a library that isn't there
> anymore or in an incompatible version. Please provide the output of
> sudo port -dy rev-upgrade
I’ve added to attachments on ticket https://trac.macports.org/ticket/50269 <https://trac.macports.org/ticket/50269> the output from “sudo port -dy rev-upgrade”.
>> Is there any way to do upgrades of other points without the
>> time-consuming (always failing) attempt to rebuild qt4-mac?
> Upgrade or install with --no-rev-upgrade:
> sudo port $verb --no-rev-upgrade $portlist
> Alternatively, change revupgrade_mode in macports.conf to report.
>> 2. I?d try to uninstall qt4-mac and re-install the older version that,
>> I believe, was unbroken. But there are a whole bunch of other ports
>> that depend on it. How may I get around uninstalling those dependent
>> ports and reinstalling them later? (I believe I need to use a ?-f?
>> parameter but otherwise am uncertain how to do this.)
> Yes, -f would allow you to do that. Note that if this were a global
> problem with qt4-mac, a lot more people would be seeing it, so it's
> likely that you'd also see the problem with an older version of qt4-mac.
> Additionally, it is possible that qt4-mac is actually broken in this
> state and cannot be used, so we should really try to figure out what
> went wrong for you here.
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