Alan Barrett <apb%cequrux.com@localhost> writes: > Oh, so it's not only me. I have been struggling ever since the > perl-5.10 upgrade to get get pkg_rolling-replace to upgrade everything > that depends on perl. (All recent pkgsrc commits from me are motivated > by this struggle.) <aol>me too</> But, I haven't had perl trouble - it's the new gnome. Really the amazing thing is how often one can rebuild 100 packages without problems. > I did manage to get past the gtk2/gail issue by using "pkg_admin set > rebuild=yes" on gtk2 and on everything that depends on gail, then > "pkg_delete -f gail". That allowed pkg_rolling replace to rebuild gtk2+ > and some things that depend on it, but I still have problems (e.g. right > now pkg_rolling-replace can't build gtkhtml314). I just fixed a desktop-file-utils bug in gnome-settings-daemon. Besides gtkhtml314 I also have to -X libzvt. For gail, I just did 'pkg_delete -f'. That ought to set unsafe_depends on the packages from which it was yanked out from under, but probably doesn't. But those depend on gtk2 usually, and that was rebuilt anyway, so I think it worked out.
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