jfm at blueyonder.co.uk
Fri Jun 15 22:45:18 BST 2001
Will Macdonald <wfm at macscan.co.uk> wrote:
>Thanks for all the help regarding claiming back space after doing a =
>I have one more question, if that is OK.
>When I originally installed 4.2 I also installed the ports tree, and =
>used it to install Python-2.0
>Since then I have downloaded a new copy of the ports.tar.gz and =
>I was unabel to find any method of upgrading from Py 2.0 to 2.1, so I =
>pkg_delete python-2.0 (?). I have now gone back into lang/python and =
>make clean, make install.
There's a new pkg_update command in '4.3:
The pkg_update command is used to update an already installed =
It takes care of propagating dependencies from the replaced versions=
the newly installed version. It would normally be used to replace =
currently installed versions of a package with a more current =
It can also be used to revert a package to an older version by =
the version to be replaced with the -r option.
Just thought I'd mention it :)
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