Upgrade to Sierra from Mavericks
dstrubbe at macports.org
Mon Mar 13 03:15:25 UTC 2017
Can you explain more what you mean by this?
1) The lack of a gfortran meant that install errors were found using the
I don't think there should be any port which tries to build using an
executable called "gfortran". A port such as gcc49 installs gfortran-mp-4.9.
On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 6:03 PM, Ryan Schmidt <ryandesign at macports.org>
> > On Mar 12, 2017, at 13:05, Mannucci, Anthony J (335G) wrote:
> > I want to report an apparently smooth upgrade of macports when I
> upgraded my OS to Sierra from Mavericks.
> Glad to hear it!
> > I tried to follow the instructions exactly, and found some minor issues:
> > 1) The lack of a gfortran meant that install errors were found using the
> restore_ports.tcl script.
> > 2) I manually installed gcc49 which created gfortran (almost).
> That's a very old version of gcc. The latest stable version is gcc6; I
> recommend using that instead.
> > 3) I had to manually softlink the commands “gcc” and “gfortran” to the
> versions found in /opt/local/bin. Then “gcc" and “gfortran" were on my path.
> Ok, but you're not meant to have to do that manually. Use "sudo port
> select gcc" to do it for you.
> > 3) I tested it by installing Atlas first, which worked.
> > 4) The restore_ports.tcl reported the error below. It does not seem to
> have propagated to anything else. Further testing of the ports will reveal
> if there are any issues.
> > Instructions for installing command line tools of Xcode can be found
> here: [snipped non-official URL]
> They can also be found in MacPorts documentation, and probably on Apple's
> web site somewhere.
> > Just issue the command
> > xcode-select —install.
> > Part of the install output:
> > ---> Cleaning bzip2
> > ---> Fetching distfiles for cctools-headers
> > ---> Verifying checksums for cctools-headers
> > ---> Extracting cctools-headers
> > ---> Configuring cctools-headers
> > Error: cctools-headers has been replaced by libmacho-headers; please
> install that instead.
> > Error: Failed to configure cctools-headers: obsolete port
> > Error: See /opt/local/var/macports/logs/_opt_local_var_macports_
> cctools-headers/cctools-headers/main.log for details.
> > ---> Cleaning cmsvlib
> > Etc.
> cctools-headers is obsolete. Uninstall it / remove it from the list of
> ports that you're instructing MacPorts to reinstall.
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