myrepo.conf && url: file:....
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Sun May 22 16:59:50 UTC 2016
On Sun, May 22, 2016 at 06:55:19PM +0200, Matthias Apitz wrote:
> El día Sunday, May 22, 2016 a las 06:49:44PM +0200, Kurt Jaeger escribió:
> > Hi!
> > > > the FILE-protocol specification allows for a hostname, so in general it is:
> > > > file://<host>/<path>
> > > > When specifying a path on the local machine, the <host>-part
> > > > can be left out (or replaced with localhost), leaving you with
> > > > either
> > > > file://localhost/<path>
> > > > or its abbreviation
> > > > file:///<path>.
> > > Thanks for the feedback. I think, the man page pkg.conf(5) should
> > > mention this, esp. when the old systax does not work anymore.
> > pkg.conf(5) refers to libfetch(3) [this should be fetch(3)],
> > which explains the syntax, which correctly mentions file:///,
> > but in a very unreadable way:
> > <scheme>:(//(<user>(:<pwd>)?@)?<host>(:<port>)?)?/(<document>)?
> > But: This allows file:/path, which your tests show to fail.
> > Interesting.
> Yes, installing the (first) pkg gave an error after hitting y (install).
> Something like
> usr/PKGDIR.20150726/xproto-7.0.28.txz file not found
> i.e. the first / was missing, which let me put in one slash more, which
> did not worked either, and than file:///usr/PKGDIR.20150726 which worked fine.
What version of pkg are you using? the strict version has been added in 1.6.3
and relaxed in 1.6.4 so in 1.6.4+ file:/ should work again (beside the fact it
is not a standard scheme)
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