This really bugs me...
If you’ve ever tried to install ImageMagick on FreeBSD, you’ve probably run into this issue too. You have a head-less box in some datacenter, you don’t want to bloat the machine with X11.
You try to install the no-X11-version of Image Magick:
cd /usr/ports/graphics/ImageMagick-nox11 && make install
The next thing you know, you the dependency ‘print/ghostscript9-nox11′ gets installed. Notice that this is the ‘no-x11′ version. Yet, look at the fifth option from the top:
Isn’t it pretty obvious that I don’t want X11 if I install the ‘nox11′ port? Why is that even an option?