Pango not found in the index of mport

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Pango not found in the index of mport

raul_cdr
I'm trying to install xfce4, but it gives an error about "pango"; it can't be built from source.

But pango-1.42.4.mport  is in the repository:

http://www.midnight.org/ftp/MidnightBSD/mports/packages//i386/1.1

The command "mport install pango" does not work; gives de error ..."pango not found in the index"

The command "mport index" does not update de index of packages.

So, what could it be a procedure to install pango?

If somebody knows, please I would like your help.

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Re: Pango not found in the index of mport

laffer1
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It looks like pango is not available in the latest published set of packages.  

http://www.midnightbsd.org/magus/runs/379#fail

You can determine that by looking at the runs list and finding the latest build that has been blessed (1)
http://www.midnightbsd.org/magus/runs/

The older package is still on the FTP server and you can manually install that by using /usr/libexec/mport.install with the downloaded package if you so choose.  I'll look into the failure as I thought this port was fixed awhile back.  It's likely some kind of dependency problem since the flavors support was added with python.
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Re: Pango not found in the index of mport

raul_cdr
Thank you, I, try and see what happens.


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It looks like pango is not available in the latest published set of packages.  

http://www.midnightbsd.org/magus/runs/379#fail

You can determine that by looking at the runs list and finding the latest build that has been blessed (1)
http://www.midnightbsd.org/magus/runs/

The older package is still on the FTP server and you can manually install that by using /usr/libexec/mport.install with the downloaded package if you so choose.  I'll look into the failure as I thought this port was fixed awhile back.  It's likely some kind of dependency problem since the flavors support was added with python.


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