[paludis-user] (Gentoo) `cave resolve --complete world` failed
paludis-user at riaqn.com
Sat Apr 16 22:50:43 UTC 2016
Thanks for your reply. I found the main problem was that in paludis
we use "ABI_X86: 64" instead of "ABI_X86_64" as in portage. This helped
me get rid of most rebuild and errors.
But there 're still some errors, slot-related stuff. More specifically,
all haskell packages(say A) 's version is like 0.1.2,3:0/0.1.2.3, and
haskell packages(say B) depending on this library will have ">=B-0.1.0.0:=",
so any version greater than 0.1.0.0 is good, but any changes in the slot
will trigger a rebuilt of this package B. On portage this is well handled.
Paludis cannot handle this situation, and tell me that there's no
candidate. Because I have A-0.1.2.3:0/0.1.2.3 installed, paludis insist
that any A that's install-able to be in slot 0/0.1.2.3.
haskell-updater tells me there 's no packages to be fix. So I
uninstalled all the mentioned packages(together with the packages
depending on them) and reinstall them. Problem solved.
I hope paludis can handle it someday.
Sergey Alirzaev <zl29ah at gmail.com> writes:
> On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 03:04:06PM +0800, Zesen Qian wrote:
>> I 'm a gentoo user and I switched to paludis today. So after setting
>> everything, I do a `cave resolve --complete world`, however this
>> gave me a lot of errors, the last few of which are "cannot proceed
>> without --permit-old-version, --uninstalls-may-break,
>> --remove-if-dependent, --permit-downgrade" etc. So I added this flags to
>> my command, and did it again, and it stills prints many errors. The full
>> log can be found in .
>> Any comment is appreciated & please let me know if more info is needed.
>>  https://bpaste.net/show/4ac7b14188a1
> Related: http://paludis.exherbo.org/trac/ticket/1312
Zesen Qian (钱泽森)
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