Subject: Re: perl update?
To: Masao Uebayashi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Andrew Brown <email@example.com>
Date: 01/25/2001 12:06:35
>> > or...what if i just remove the +REQUIRED_BY file from the pkg
>> > database, delete and reinstall perl, and then put it back?
>It's just that you'll go out of the pkgsrc's responsibility, I guess.
i think you mean that pkgsrc will no longer be able to help me?
>(BTW, when I was so ignorant and used FreeBSD, I usually extracted
>binary packages by 'tar' and removed '+[A-Z]*' files. That's not so
>bad - I could *do* suvive a life. :-)
sure. you just don't get the help of the pkg management things. i
used to just install everything from tar balls into /usr/local.
>> Are you sure that Perl distributes files/directories cotaining its
>> version number?
>So does XEmacs. They seems totally indifferent about updating their
>packages. IMO, these are beyond pkgsrc's duty.
well...true, but nothing "depends" on emacs in order to work.
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