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what folders does macports create?


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I installed macports a couple of months back for a torrent program. Kind of got bored and didn't want to learn anymore about it, so I got rid of it but I don't think I ever got completely rid of it, I tried a couple of different help files online but I don't think it ever took.
so can I just delete the folders? and how much space does macports usually take up?
thanks all.
-alan.
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