I just tried a pkg_rolling-replace -ruv, with CVS-head, and ran into: As always, when pkg_rolling-replace fails, fall back to manual 'make replace', because the problem is typically not in pkg_rolling-replace. The problem is because of the combination of we don't have support for make replace of packages that change names gnome-keyring now depends on libgnome-keyring, which used to be part of gnome-keyring (I think) I did (w/o DESTDIR, because OLD_NAME doesn't work with DESTDIR) make replace OLDNAME=gnome-keyring in libgnome-keyring. That marks all the dependencies unsafe_depends, so they get rebuilt and the fact that probably they ought to depend on gnome-keyring as well as libgnome-keyring gets cleaned up pretty soon. The other thing I'm inclined to do at some point add support for is to have a wrapper (or maybe this belongs in pkg_delete) to be able to do pkg_delete -f of the gnome-keyring packages and mark all depending packages unsafe_depends. Then pkg_rr will clean up from the bad dependency state.
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