I mostly use packages on FreeBSD, because most of them suit me just fine. Some don't suit me, however, like the
vim package, which does not include a graphical
No problem. I can install the port instead, using
portmaster editors/vim and selecting the
GTK2 option. This works fine.
However, when I run
pkg upgrade after a while, I am presented with the following:
Reinstalling vim-7.4.110_3 (options changed)
What gives? I didn't change any options, and there is no new version (not in ports, either). Is it comparing my installed port to the remote version without
Of course I can let
pkg upgrade do its work and install the port again afterward, but this is stupid. What is the recommended way to update a mix of packages and ports?