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Re: pkg_delete all dependant packages recursively
On Mon, 2 Nov 2020 at 17:53, Frank Wille <frank%phoenix.owl.de@localhost> wrote:
> I have built perl5 and lots of dependant modules from pkgsrc in a sandbox
> over the last months. Now I realize that there is a problem and I want
> to rebuild perl5 and all packages which depend on it.
> The easiest solution is probably to delete my whole pkgsrc sandbox and
> start from scratch. But I would like to avoid that, because I already
> built hundreds of other packages, which have nothing to do with perl5.
> What is the best approach? When I run "pkg_delete perl" it will show
> me that it is still required by many packages and I guess that -f will
> only force the removal of perl5? But I also want to remove and rebuild
> the packages depending on it. Does -R or -A work? I don't want to make
> another error now. ;)
> Or can I recursively clean up everything on the source level with
> "make clean something"?
> Thanks in advance.
> Frank Wille
If it is only perl (and depending on it packages) you want to rebuild,
you can set only that to rebuild: pkg_admin set rebuild=YES perl &&
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