Announcing slapt-src 0.1

slapt-src is a utility to make querying, retrieving, and building slackbuilds as easily as working with binary packages with slapt-get. Files and documentation available from http://software.jaos.org/#slapt-src. Here is an excerpt from the man page:
SYNOPSIS
       slapt-src [ option(s) ] [ action ]

       options: [ --yes | -y ] [ --config | -c ] [ --no-dep | -n ]

       action:  [ --update|-u ] [ --list |-l ] [ --search |-s ] [ --show |-w ]
       [ --install|-i ] [ --build |-b ] [ --fetch |-f ]

DESCRIPTION
       slapt-src is a utility  to  make  querying,  retrieving,  and  building
       slackbuilds as easily as working with binary packages with slapt-get.

OPTIONS
       --yes | -y
              Do not prompt

       --config | -c
              Use  the  specified  configuration  file  instead of /etc/slapt-
              get/slapt-srcrc

       --no-dep | -n
              Do not look for dependencies.

ACTIONS
       --update|-u
              Update the local cache of remote slackbuilds.

       --list|-l
              List  available  slackbuilds  from  enabled  remote   slackbuild
              sources.

       --search|-s [expression(s)
              Search  available  slackbuilds  from  enabled  remote slackbuild
              sources.

       --show|-w [expression(s)]
              Show information about specified slackbuilds.

       --install|-i [expression(s)]
              Fetch, build, and install the specified slackbuild(s).

       --build|-b [expression(s)]
              Only fetch and build the specified slackbuild(s).

       --fetch|-f [expression(s)]
              Only fetch the specified slackbuild(s).

CONFIGURATION
       slapt-src checks The configuration file /etc/slapt-get/slapt-srcrc  for
       options and slackbuild locations.

       Each slackbuild location is defined with a a SOURCE token.

       The  default package file extension is defined by specifying the PKGEXT
       token.

       The default package tag can be set by specifying the PKGTAG token.

       An example configuration file may look like this:
       # sample slapt-getrc
       SOURCE=http://www.slackware.org.uk/html/slapt-src/slackbuilds.org/13.1/
       BUILDDIR=/tmp
       PKGEXT=txz
       PKGTAG=me