Our iOS jobs are failing due to Homebrew. The failures seem relatively recent, within the last 2 or 3 days. The failures seem to have something to do with Homebrew being older then 30 days so an update is required.
A job can be found here, and the error message is:
Updating tools Installing tools Warning: autoconf 2.69 is already installed and up-to-date To reinstall 2.69, run `brew reinstall autoconf` Warning: libtool 2.4.6_1 is already installed and up-to-date To reinstall 2.4.6_1, run `brew reinstall libtool` Warning: pkg-config 0.29.2 is already installed and up-to-date To reinstall 0.29.2, run `brew reinstall pkg-config` Error: automake 1.16.1_1 is already installed To upgrade to 1.16.2, run `brew upgrade automake`.
The “Updating Tools” and “Installing Tools” messages are from this script:
# This step should install tools needed for all packages - OpenSSL and LDNS echo "Updating tools" brew update 1>/dev/null echo "Installing tools" brew install autoconf automake libtool pkg-config curl perl 1>/dev/null
Does anyone know how to tell Homebrew to stop treating upgrades as an error?