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On Monday 29 March 2004 20:14, stephen white wrote:
> On 29/03/2004, at 8:26 PM, Jason Stubbs wrote:
> > With the -g option, emerge ignores the USE flags that you have
> > specified in
> > make.conf and uses those that each binary was built with for that
> > package.
> > Hence, the binaries don't bring in the new packages listed above.
> I'm writing a build script (which seems to do the same thing as
> catalyst) for my own use, so I'm not changing USE flags. The listed
> packages don't have any USE flag settings so it must be something else.
I don't mean the USE flags of the packages listed. I mean the USE flags of
packages you have installed that don't have updates. Even if you haven't
changed USE flags at all, that doesn't guarantee that the packages were built
with the default set.
Try emerge -evp world and emerge -gevp world and then note the differences.
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