John Merryweather Cooper <john_m_cooper@yaho...> wrote:
> On 06/10/12 09:54, Martin Sugioarto wrote:
> > [...]
> > - It would be nice to have a mechanism that tells you that your perl,
> > mysql or whatever is not the default version anymore and you should
> > consider updating to the default (and recommended) port.
> From /etc/defaults/periodic.conf:
> # 400.status-pkg
> weekly_status_pkg_enable="YES" # Find out-of-date pkgs
That doesn't do what Martin asked for. It only tells you
if a specific port has an update, but it won't tell you
if the default version of a port changed. For example,
when the default version of Python was changed from 2.6
to 2.7. It also won't tell you if the origin of a port
doesn't exist anymore at all.
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