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Re: First pkg_dry milestone
Thank you for the tool, it looks very promising!
On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 11:22:30AM +0200, iMil wrote:
> Do not hesitate to send me bug reports, feedback and maybe ideas so the
> software can be used by everyone to handle binary packages on its NetBSD
Does it support the following?
I have a set of binary packages installed. I want to install a new
(previously not installed) package, let's call it foo, without
disturbing my installation. foo depends on bar. bar-1.0 with
libbar.so.1 is installed. The latest version of bar in pkgsrc is
bar-2.0 with libbar.so.2.
The server has binary packages for foo-4.0 (built against bar-1.0) and
foo-4.0nb1 (built against bar-2.0).
pkg_dry -i should install foo-4.0, even though it's not the absolutely
latest version, but it works with the bar-1.0 that's installed.
AFAIK, the pkg_summary file contains sufficient information for this
Alternatively, pkg_dry would have update bar and all its dependencies
to 2.0 first.
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