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Re: Save pkg_add'ed binary packages locally?
On 6/11/06, Jeremy C. Reed <reed%reedmedia.net@localhost> wrote:
On Sun, 11 Jun 2006, Mark Weinem wrote:
> > Is there an option to save the pkg_add'ed binary packages locally
> How about pkgtools/pkg_tarup?
pkg_add is used to fetch a remote package and all of its dependencies. The
tar balls are extracted on the fly and no tarball is saved. (And if there
is a failure somewhere, you may have to fetch all over again :(
He wants it so the fetched package tarballs will be saved locally.
Still, pkg_tarup -d /where/ever \* will save every installed package.
I do this regularly after major package upgrades. If one wants to save
only the recent changes, one could save the output of pkg_info before
the installation, compare it with the same after the installation and
do pkg_tarup only on the difference.
Jeremy C. Reed
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