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Re: pkg_rolling-replace can't handle python
John Klos <john%ziaspace.com@localhost> writes:
> Does anyone have a clue about how pkg_rolling-replace can be fixed to
> handle python packages of different versions?
It's not just python. It's pretty much anything which has package names
of fooNN-bar with a PKGPATH of cat/foo-bar.
Basically pkg_rr runs pkg_chk -uq, and that (I think) reports PKGPATHs.
The fix is to report installed package names and then for pkg_rr to
1) extract PKGPATH
2) look at the multiversion variables and extract out to set
3) extend this for all things that have multiple versions
I just haven't done this, for no good reason.
This problem manifests when, if your default python is 37, a python
module is installed that is 27, 36, 38, or anything not 37.
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