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Re: up2date - something for NetBSD?
On Tue, 7 Apr 2009, iMil wrote:
> well I guess it's time for me to unveil the curtains :)
> As Jeremy said, I'm actually working on an apt-get like tool, handling at
> least install, upgrade and delete. The tool, called pkg_dry, fetches
Awesome news and great examples.
Will you abstract this so SQL is not needed?
Have it check for available or wrong PROVIDES/REQUIRES shared libraries
as recorded in pkg_summary(5) before downloading packages? (Comparing
currently installed and upcoming updates/installs.)
Have it check for available disk space as record in pkg_summary (SIZE_PKG
+ FILE_SIZE) before downloading packages? (If upgrading, subtracting old
I will add simple support for pkg_summary(5) to record changed
PKGNAME (or changed PKGPATH).
Be able to potentially use multiple package repositories (multiple
What does "dry" mean in your software name?
How can I checkout the source? (I assume I can point some tool to that
URL, so I don't have to grab each file manually.)
Also please look at ideas in "available commands":
nroff -mandoc /usr/pkgsrc/wip/pkg_get/files/pkg_get.1 | less
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