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Old 13th November 2008
r4e r4e is offline
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Default The Basics

Long story short. I've done the the following things.

1) port install clean for xemacs
2) port install clean for slime
3) slime pulled up emacs as a requirement and compiles it
4) emacs conflicts with xemacs and refuse to install
5) port uninstalled xemacs
6) reinstall slime
7) install complete

So my questions for basic unix:

When I get the compile conflict errors, could I have somehow found which packages were installed and removed each and every port that slime pulled in as dependencies?
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Old 14th November 2008
jb_daefo jb_daefo is offline
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make build-depends-list; make run-depends-list
slime appears to have only emacs and gmake as dependencies.
You'd want to keep gmake...
I advise aliasing "make build-depends-list" to something like "deps"
as you'd use that often
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