Say I have the following outdated packages:
I want to update as many as them as possible, so I try to run:
sudo port -n -f upgrade outdated
However this fails with:
Error: org.macports.build for port foo returned: command execution failed Please see the log file for port foo for details: ...
How can I make macports try to upgrade bar and baz, if foo fails?
I would like to generally make macports try to install/upgrade other ports if installing/upgrading some of them fails and just continue.
From the man page:
-f force mode (ignore state file)
-n don't upgrade dependencies (affects upgrade and install)
Edit: foo, bar & baz, are 3 total unrelated ports, that doesn't depend on each other in any way.
Edit 2: Next time I run this the outdated ports might be a, b & c, instead of foo, bar & baz, so I can't hardcode the failing ones and I can't just do:
sudo port update foo sudo port update bar sudo port update baz