JPortsUI has been updated
Richard L. Hamilton
rlhamil at smart.net
Sat Apr 8 01:38:31 UTC 2017
I won't debate what default behavior might be desirable, but is the behavior configurable regarding inactive ports? If so, there are options some might desire between keep all and keep none. I for instance would always want to keep any that still had a dependency on them (it happens, occasionally), and would like to be able to keep the most recent one (or other small number) for any given port, rather than none or all, to have something to fall back to in case of problems, yet limit the growth of space consumed. Such a limit would be particularly useful regarding ports that are either large or frequently updated.
> On Apr 7, 2017, at 20:28, Stephen Baber <sbaber66 at gmail.com> wrote:
> JPortsUI has been updated due to an error when loading the port index.
> And by request, the program's behavior has been changed from always
> removing inactive ports to ignoring them, This means previous port
> versions will linger until uninstalled. The new version can be
> downloaded from
> Feel free to submit a ticket or feature request with SourceForge's
> "Tickets" navigation button or gmail me.
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