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Re: Re: How to build a package when earlier versions of dependencies are already installed?
> > Stop.
> > make: stopped in /BETA1/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server
> > *** Error code 1
> > Stop.
> > Just before all this, I had run
> > pkg_rolling-replace -suv
> > so I shouldn't have had these silly snags.
> > Now I don't even know what version of modular-xorg I have.
> > How do I get pkgsrc system to update the dependency packages instead of
> > stopping there?
> I'd say, pkgtools/pkg_rolling-replace or pkgtools/pbulk is your friend.
> Different flavours - but both can make you happy.
> Jens Rehsack
> pkgsrc, Perl5
I include an excerpt from my original post: I had already run
You weren't reading carefully enough.
I guess pkg_rolling-replace only worked partially?
I guess I should have posted my file /etc/mk.conf :
(UPDATE_TARGET line is a subsequent addition.)
.ifdef BSD_PKG_MK # begin pkgsrc settings
# PKG_DEFAULT_OPTIONS+= ssl inet6 ncurses pcre
PKG_DEFAULT_OPTIONS+= ssl inet6 cups esound ncurses sndfile gtk2 x11 fftw pcre
.endif # end pkgsrc settings
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