FreeBSD Monitor
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portupgrade `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade -f `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portmaster `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade -f `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portmaster `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portupgrade `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade -f `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portmaster `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`
Ports Changes
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links libperl.so with all .so it builds. The stage-qa checks have
been extended to check that libperl.so is in fact linked with .so in
SITE_ARCH and errors out if none of the .so build by a port are linked with
it. It also checks that the rpath and runpath elf attributes are present.
Ports Changes
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links libperl.so with all .so it builds. The stage-qa checks have
been extended to check that libperl.so is in fact linked with .so in
SITE_ARCH and errors out if none of the .so build by a port are linked with
it. It also checks that the rpath and runpath elf attributes are present.
Ports Changes
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links libperl.so with all .so it builds. The stage-qa checks have
been extended to check that libperl.so is in fact linked with .so in
SITE_ARCH and errors out if none of the .so build by a port are linked with
it. It also checks that the rpath and runpath elf attributes are present.
Ports Changes
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links libperl.so with all .so it builds. The stage-qa checks have
been extended to check that libperl.so is in fact linked with .so in
SITE_ARCH and errors out if none of the .so build by a port are linked with
it. It also checks that the rpath and runpath elf attributes are present.
Ports Changes
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links libperl.so with all .so it builds. The stage-qa checks have
been extended to check that libperl.so is in fact linked with .so in
SITE_ARCH and errors out if none of the .so build by a port are linked with
it. It also checks that the rpath and runpath elf attributes are present.
Ports Changes
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links libperl.so with all .so it builds. The stage-qa checks have
been extended to check that libperl.so is in fact linked with .so in
SITE_ARCH and errors out if none of the .so build by a port are linked with
it. It also checks that the rpath and runpath elf attributes are present.
Ports Changes
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links libperl.so with all .so it builds. The stage-qa checks have
been extended to check that libperl.so is in fact linked with .so in
SITE_ARCH and errors out if none of the .so build by a port are linked with
it. It also checks that the rpath and runpath elf attributes are present.
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade -f `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portmaster `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade -f `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portmaster `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade -f `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portmaster `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade -f `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portmaster `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`
Ports Updating
2014-12-17
AFFECTS: users of lang/perl5.*
AUTHOR: [email protected]

Perl now links all .so it builds with libperl.so, it makes upgrading from one
Perl major version to another way easier. For binary package users, it means
pkg upgrade will detect the libperl.so.x.yy change, and reinstall the
affected packages. For users using ports, it will save rebuild time as it's
easier to detect what ports really need to be rebuilt.

Ports users are encouraged to rebuild ports that install files in SITE_ARCH.
If using Perl 5.18, run:

With portupgrade:

portupgrade -f `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`

With portmaster:

portmaster `find /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/mach/5.18 -name '*.so'|xargs pkg which -qo|sort -u`