Juraj Lutter <otis%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes: > Having gnupg2 already installed, I wanted to install gnupg. The attempt ended with > the following result: > > ===> su-real-package-install [gnupg-1.4.23nb10] ===> Installing binary package of gnupg-1.4.23nb10 > pkg_add: Conflicting PLIST with gnupg2-2.2.23: bin/gpgsplit > pkg_add: 1 package addition failed > *** Error code 1 I realize now why I questioned what was wrong. security/gnupg has had gpgsplit since 2002. Until gnupg2 2.2.23, at least our pkgsrc package does not install gpgsplit. The NEWS for gnupg 2.2.23 doesn't mention gpgsplit, but looking at tools/Makefile.am in both 2.2.21 and 2.2.23 shows it was moved from noinst_PROGRAMS to bin_PROGRAMS. > Wouldn’t it be worthwhile to consider renaming bin/gpgsplit to > bin/gpg2split? Or, being the gnupg2 as “standard”, renaming > bin/gpgsplit from gnupg1 to gpg1split? I would be inclined to just not install gpgsplit with devel/gnupg; the only reasons to install gnupg(1) seem to be to get the old command-line interface and the older packet formats. I doubt that anyone uses the old gpgsplit in a way that will be trouble with the new version.
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