Uninstall a port and ONLY THAT PORT's dependencies?
dave at horsfall.org
Sun Oct 1 22:35:47 UTC 2017
On Sun, 1 Oct 2017, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> Then you can run "port installed leaves" to show a list of the ports
> that are installed but that you have not requested. (If the list is
> inaccurate -- if ports are on the list that you actually want -- you can
> tell MacPorts by using "sudo port setrequested X" where X is the port
> you want to keep.) Then, once "port installed leaves" correctly
> represents the list of ports you don't want, you can uninstall them with
> "sudo port uninstall leaves".
Err, I'd be wary of that on my box. The output includes things like "xv",
"aspell", "awstats", "enscript", "gdb", "groff", "gzip" etc (and that's
just a start).
Yeah, I can set them as requested, but why so many of them? I might miss
a few, and delete something I wanted.
Dave Horsfall DTM (VK2KFU) "Those who don't understand security will suffer."
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