Issue with installing port
will.senn at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 00:14:52 UTC 2023
"sudo port install pandoc -stack" worked, so I'm good. Dunno what stack
is useful for besides building pandoc (looks like some haskell build
tool), but I don't think I need it either. Thanks!
On 1/25/23 4:55 PM, Will Senn wrote:
> sudo port install pandoc
> is what I was using. It takes forever and then fails. I did a little
> digging and noticed that there was a [+]stack: Use stack to build
> variant. So, I:
> sudo port clean pandoc
> sudo port install pandoc -stack
> to see if that works. It's still building :).
> Thanks for the tip on the fetch fails,
> On 1/25/23 4:47 PM, chilli.namesake at gmail.com wrote:
>> It's unclear if you tried
>> sudo port install pandoc
>> or to build it
>> sudo port -s install pandoc
>> Should install version 3. Sometimes fetch fails at all the sites, but
>> that is rare, and you just try again, and usually it resolves itself.
>>> On Jan 25, 2023, at 16:40, Will Senn <will.senn at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I'm trying to get pandoc to install. I get these messages:
>>> :info:archivefetch ---> pandoc-3.0_0+stack.darwin_18.x86_64.tbz2
>>> doesn't seem to exist in /opt/local/var/macports/incoming/verified
>>> :msg:archivefetch ---> Attempting to fetch
>>> pandoc-3.0_0+stack.darwin_18.x86_64.tbz2 from
>>> And, sure enough, that tbz2 file doesn't exist on my filesystem, or
>>> at the url listed.
>>> So, no pandoc :(.
>>> If it matters, I'm on Mojave and just (re)installed macports on my
>>> system (cleaned out /opt/local, rm'ed macports, the X11.app, etc).
>>> It's version 2.8.0...
>>> Is there a way I can work around this or is this an issue that needs
>>> attention by the macports folks?
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