[Slapt-get-devel] Re: --config option
Thu Aug 5 22:31:18 EDT 2004
* Quoth Jason Woodward (email@example.com), on Thu, 2004.08.05, at 13:46 -0400:
> Hi Irb,
> > But since I'm mailing you anyway, one idea I had for slapt-get is to be
> > able to specify a config file on the command line; I have a wrapper
> > script to do this, and it may be that you prefer it to be done that way,
> > but issuing something along the lines of "slapt-get -c
> > /etc/slapt-get.linuxpackages.net" or "slapt-get -c
> > /etc/slapt.get.official" might be more elegant than playing with
> > symlinks (I like to make sure I'm giving priority to the official
> > packages).
> I just committed a first stab at this, using --config [filename] as an
> option. If you'd please checkout the current cvs code and give it a
> few test runs, I'd appreciate any comments.
Basic installation and updates seem to be working (I haven't had time to
test extensively, but did give it a few runs with different combinations
of options); however, it seems that --search <name> is only returning
results for /etc/slapt.get.official regardless of which --config I
specify. If I have time to look into that further today, I will.
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