Stefan Schaeckeler <schaecsn%gmx.net@localhost> writes: > I have upgraded the system compiler and want to recompile all pkgsrc > packages with it. How do I do this considering the package versions > are still the same. One approach is to install pkg_rolling-replace, and then cd /var/db/pkg && pkg_admin set rebuild=YES * (ignore the error on the database file :-) and then pkg_rolling-replace -v -k make sure pkgsrc has no work directories before you start. Or, you can do a bulk build separately as Thomas suggests. pkg_rolling-replace works very well until it runs into something it can't handle, but that is basically: PYTHON_VERSION_DEFAULT changed, or similar files moved between packages, leading to CONFLICTS between the replacement for an installed package and another installed package. If you have not updated pkgsrc, I would expect the above to go pretty smoothly. I would set PKG_DEVELOPER=yes to get better error checking and DESTDIR mode, so that each package is updated with pkg_add -U. That way you'll be doing how I test, but probably the old way works ok too.
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