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Date:      Sun, 21 Apr 2013 18:53:05 +0200
From:      Matthias Petermann <matthias@d2ux.net>
To:        Matthew Seaman <matthew@FreeBSD.org>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Managing conflicts between ports (same package with multiple maintained versions)
Message-ID:  <51741971.6010109@d2ux.net>
In-Reply-To: <51740C57.7010305@FreeBSD.org>
References:  <5173B04E.3020406@d2ux.net> <51740C57.7010305@FreeBSD.org>

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Thanks Matthew,

your recommendation works for me. As I expect from time to time also an 
older version getting EOL'd, the amount of versions to look ahead can be 
estimated quite well.

Kind regards,
Matthias

On 04/21/13 17:57, Matthew Seaman wrote:
> On 21/04/2013 10:24, Matthias Petermann wrote:
>> root@compaq:/usr/ports/finance/trytond # portlint -AC
>> [...]
>> FATAL: Package conflicts with itself. You should remove "trytond-*" from
>> CONFLICTS.
>> 1 fatal error and 4 warnings found.
>> root@compaq:/usr/ports/finance/trytond #
>>
>> So it looks like I need to explicitly specify the conflicting versions,
>> e.g. in Tryton 2.4 Makefile put:
>>
>>      CONFLICTS=      trytond-2.6.*
>>
>> But this will force me to update the 2.4 Ports everytime a new series of
>> Tryton gets introduced.
> The usual idiom would be to use a more complex globbing expression,
> perhaps like so:
>
> CONFLICTS=	trytond-2.[012356789].*
>
> However clearly this won't account for all possible future versions.
> The thing you have to ask yourself is 'will the upstream be releasing
> new version series so frequently that I need to add code to all the
> tryton ports to account for it?'  It may well be the case that updating
> the CONFLICTS setting in all the ports for the different streams
> whenerver a new stream is released really is the most effective solution.
>
> 	Cheers,
>
> 	Matthew
>




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