This is the update for gdeskcal and gdeskcal-skins to 0.53. (Two
The miderat skin has changed from gdeskcal-skins to gdeskcal by
the author of gdeskcal. So now we have a problem.
If the user runs:
portupgrade gdeskcal gdeskcal-skins
The gdeskcal will be updated first, because the skins depend on this port.
So now, gdeskcal installs the miderat skin. The checksums are the same as
if they were installed by the skins.
So now gdeskcal is installed and gdeskcal-skins will be deleted, which
delete the miderat skin. The miderat skin is now away, because
gdeskcal-skins do not install them again. (But it does delete them at
this point, because the package registry does contain the files on a system
where gdeskcal-skins is installed.)
We can solve that by doing:
portupgrade gdeskcal -N gdeskcal-skins
(I think there is no way to change the ports so it does it by itselfe.)