emerge --changed-use @world : how to interpret its output?

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emerge --changed-use @world : how to interpret its output?

Helmut Jarausch-2
Hi,
I have difficulties to interpret the output of

nice -19 emerge -av1 --update --keep-going --tree --changed-use \
      --unordered-display --verbose-conflicts @world

I get LOTS of request to change package.use to include abi_x86_32.

It looks like emerge wants to change half of system (which is nearly  
abi_x86_64 only)
to use the 32 bit ABI, as well.

How can I find out which packages triggers this chain of re-emerges?

Many thanks for a hint,
Helmut

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Re: emerge --changed-use @world : how to interpret its output?

Neil Bothwick
On Sun, 20 Jan 2019 12:34:08 +0100, Helmut Jarausch wrote:

> nice -19 emerge -av1 --update --keep-going --tree --changed-use \
>       --unordered-display --verbose-conflicts @world
>
> I get LOTS of request to change package.use to include abi_x86_32.
>
> It looks like emerge wants to change half of system (which is nearly  
> abi_x86_64 only)
> to use the 32 bit ABI, as well.
>
> How can I find out which packages triggers this chain of re-emerges?
The output from emerge should tell you which packages cause this. They
don't tell us because you haven't included it.

Hint: Don't use -v, it only clutter up the output with extra noise.
Without it you just get the error and warning messages.


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Neil Bothwick

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