cvs commit: src/usr.sbin/pkg_install/create create.h main.c
parv at pair.com
Fri Nov 11 21:14:25 GMT 2005
in message <200511110808.jAB884DO074943 at repoman.freebsd.org>,
wrote Kirill Ponomarew thusly...
> date: 2005/11/08 20:48:26; author: krion; state: Exp; lines: +1 -0
> Introduce 3 new options for pkg_create(1), -x for using basic
> regular expressions for pkg-name, -E for extended regexps and -G
> for exact matching. These new options are only meaningful when
> using the -b flag of pkg_create(1), and that the default for the
> -b parameter is now to do glob matching, as in other pkg_foo
> utilities that support package patterns.
Is there any plan, now or later, to match up all the regex options
in various pkg_* commands? pkg_info (on 5.4) currently has -[xX]
for regex; above will introduce -[ExG], where -x option seem to be
doing the same thing both in pkg_info & pkg_create. I notice that
pkg_create uses -X for exclusion. Hmm...
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