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On 06:32 Thu 31 May 2012, fbissey@... wrote:
> > ... and now it pulls in eselect-cblas and gsl which are blocking each other:
> > [blocks B ] app-admin/eselect-cblas ("app-admin/eselect-cblas"
> > is blocking sci-libs/gsl-1.15-r2)
> > * Error: The above package list contains packages which cannot be
> > * installed at the same time on the same system.
> > (app-admin/eselect-cblas-0.1::gentoo, ebuild scheduled for merge)
> > pulled in by
> > app-admin/eselect-cblas required by
> > (sci-libs/cblas-reference-20030223-r4::gentoo, ebuild scheduled for
> > merge)
> > (sci-libs/gsl-1.15-r2::science, installed) pulled in by
> > sci-libs/gsl required by (media-gfx/inkscape-0.48.2::gentoo, installed)
> > >=sci-libs/gsl-1.15 required by
> > (sci-mathematics/sage-5.0-r1::sage-on-gentoo, ebuild scheduled for
> > merge)
> I think that's a different problem. You are using blas stuff from the science
> overlay but the version of cblas-reference from the main tree as a higher
> version number than the one from the science overlay (3. something?). So you
> probably have to mask sci-libs/cblas-reference::gentoo.
In fact, I'm trying this on a mostly stable system which resulted in the
very old =sci-libs/cblas-reference-20030223-r4 being pulled in. I used
the autounmask feature of portage which did not spot the resolution of
this conflict: (unmasking sci-libs/cblas-reference-20110218 from
> For your original problem, yes portage should solve the conflict, this is very
> strange, are numpy or scipy part of your world file?
Neither. In in the process of building now.