matthias.apitz at oclc.org
Wed Sep 3 11:01:17 UTC 2008
El día Wednesday, September 03, 2008 a las 01:48:57PM +0300, Manolis Kiagias escribió:
> Matias Surdi wrote:
> >I've a directory tree structure in /usr/local from wich I'd like to
> >create a package.
> >How are pkg_create arguments supposed to be?
> >Where can I find an example?
> >I've read the manpage, but an example would be really usefull.
> >Thanks for your help again.
> pkg_create can create packages from your installed ports (or packages),
> it will not create a mega-package of all your system, if thats is what
> you are looking for. Of course, you can instruct pkg_create to create
> packages for *all* your installed programs.
> Typical use is something like:
> pkg_create -Rb foo-1.2.3_4
I've until now only used the above mentioned form to create package
files from installed packages to installe them into another computer;
but, if I understand the man-page of pkg_create(1) correctly, one can
also create with this packages from the files in the file system;
create a package with 'pkg_create -Rb foo-1.2.3_4' and have a look into
the resulting tar file foo-1.2.3_4.tbz; this will give you an idea of
what you must provide on the command line for building a package from
certain files; this is what I would start with;
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