Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%britannica.bec.de@localhost> writes: > On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 04:56:27PM +0200, Jörn Clausen wrote: >> Hi! >> >> > In order to continue with upgrading my packages despite pkg/41790, I tried >> > >> > $ pkg_rolling-replace -rsuv -X mail/mutt-devel >> > >> > (and -X mutt-devel), but pkg_rolling-replace insists on rebuilding >> > that package. >> >> The solution was "-X mutt" instead of "-X mutt-devel". Do I have to >> understand this? Is the part after the last dash always interpreted as >> a version "number"? > > The package base name is mutt for mutt-devel. E.g. it is called > mutt-1.5.19nb2, not mutt-delvel-1.5.19nb2. For better or for worse, excluding is done based on the name of the installed package. Typically foo and foo-devel install different versions of the same package, and I didn't realize that this was the problem on your earlier posting. If you would like to make a patch to pkg_rr that also causes -X to exclude based on PKGPATH in addition to PKGNAME, I'd be happy to look at it. But I suspect you'll say -X mutt from now on....
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