Le 25 nov. 04, 05:59, Mauricio Fernߤdez a ˝─rit :

> On Thu, Nov 25, 2004 at 01:35:58PM +0900, Guillaume Marcais wrote:
>> [gus@gusmac rpa-base-0.2.3]$ rpa -v info xmlresume2x
>> rpa (rpa-base 0.2.3-1) RPA 0.0
>> Matching installed ports:
>> xmlresume2x  0.1.0-3  Converts an XML resume to various output 
>> formats.
>>
>> [gus@gusmac rpa-base-0.2.3]$ rpa -v check xmlresume2x
>> rpa (rpa-base 0.2.3-1) RPA 0.0
>> Port xmlresume2x is not installed.
>> All requested installed ports are in the same state as when unpacked.
>
> This is believed to be fixed in rpa-base 0.2.3-3.
> Please run
>   rpa update
> (will perform a self-update) and try to reproduce.
>
> FYI, this could happen if you ran  rpa check  with a different user
> than the one who installed rpa-base, because  rpa check  tried to get 
> an
> exclusive lock on the package registry. The corresponding exception was
> rescued unconditionally and the 'xxx not installed' message displayed,
> even though that was not correct.
>
> Does that correspond to your case?

It definitely does! Thanks for the explanation.
Guillaume.

> -- 
> Hassle-free packages for Ruby?
> RPA is available from http://www.rubyarchive.org/
>