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-Karl Trygve Kalleberg <karltk@gentoo.org>
- * Maintenance
-
-See the AUTHOR file in the various src/<foo> subdirectories for a full
-log of who's done what with whome and when.
-
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-Package: gentoolkit/gentoolkit-dev
-Authors: Aron Griffis <agriffis@gentoo.org>
- Brandon Low <lostlogic@gentoo.org>
- Ian Leitch <port001@gentoo.org>
- Karl Trygve Kalleberg <karltk@gentoo.org>
- Marius Mauch <genone@gentoo.org>
- Paul Varner <fuzzyray@gentoo.org>
- See src/<tool>/AUTHORS for tool-specific authors
-
-MOTIVATION
-
-The gentoolkit and gentoolkit-dev packages contain a collection of useful
-administration scripts particular to the Gentoo Linux distribution. It contains
-rough drafts and implementations of features that may in time make it into
-Portage, or into full-fledged tools in their own right.
-
-The gentoolkit-dev package is intended primarily for Gentoo developers.
-
-CONTENTS
-
-gentoolkit
-==========
-eclean - tool to clean up outdated distfiles and packages
-equery - replacement for etcat and qpkg
-etcat - extracts auxillary information from portage (deprecated)
-euse - tool to manage USE flags
-glsa-check - tool to manage GLSA's (Gentoo Linux Security Advisory)
-qpkg - convient package query tool (deprecated)
-revdep-rebuild - scans/fixes broken shared libs and binaries
-
-gentoolkit-dev
-==============
-ebump - Ebuild revision bumper
-echangelog - update portage ChangeLogs
-ego -
-ekeyword - modify package KEYWORDS
-epkgmove - tool for moving and renaming packages in CVS
-eviewcvs - generate viewcvs URLs
-gensync - Overlay Sync Tool
-
-IMPROVEMENTS
-
-Any suggestions for improvements should be sent to tools-portage@gentoo.org, or
-added as a bug assigned to us.
-
-We only accept new contributions if they are written in bash or python.
diff --git a/trunk/README.Developer b/trunk/README.Developer
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-
-OVERVIEW
-
-The SVN module 'gentoolkit' contains all the scripts and stuff for both the
-gentoolkit and the gentoolkit-dev package. The gentoolkit-dev package is
-an optional add-on, that is only intented for the Gentoo developers.
-
-STYLE POLICY
-
-If you're touching any of the python scripts please don't change the indentation
-style (if it's using tabs, you should use tabs too). Especially don't mix
-spaces and tabs as that makes the code completely unreadable.
-
-MAKING A RELEASE
-
-Releases should only be made by members of the tools-portage team. See
-http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/metastructure/herds/herds.xml?select=tools-portage
-for who to contact on IRC, or shuffle over a bug report to us, or send
-us a mail at tools-portage@gentoo.org if you need an immediate release.
-
-The release manager (big words;) will then do
-
-1) make VERSION=major.minor.patch RELEASE_TAG=<optional> dist-gentoolkit
-2) copy release/gentoolkit-${VERSION}-${RELEASE_TAG}.tar.gz to
- dev.gentoo.org/space/distfiles-local/
-3) make a new ebuild, app-portage/gentoolkit/gentoolkit-${VERSION}.ebuild
- with a SRC_URI that points to
- mirror://gentoo/gentoolkit-${VERSION}-${RELEASE_TAG}.tar.gz
- (just use one of the previous ebuilds)
-
-The process is similar for gentoolkit-dev:
-
-1) make dist-gentoolkit-dev
-2) copy dist/gentoolkit-dev-${VERSION}-${RELEASE_TAG}.tar.gz to emu
-3) update app-portage/gentoolkit-dev
-
-Important!
-1) _ALWAYS_ make sure you don't "overwrite" a previous release. Your
- new VERSION must be newer than any previous released version. If you
- mess up a release, don't overwrite with the same release number, iterate
- the patch version and try again (and again, and again until you get
- it right;)
-
-
-MAKING A RELEASE WITH release.sh
-
-If you have added your system details at the top of the release.sh script,
-you can make a release in the following fashion:
-
-(NOTE! This only works for -dev at the moment)
-
-1) Add a notice in the ChangeLog about the release you are making.
-2) Do VERSION="x.y.z" ./release.sh dev
-3) Test the package: ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~arch" emerge gentoolkit-dev
-4) Do a repoman ci -m "Released x.y.z" in your
- CVS/app-portage/gentoolkit-dev directory.
-
-
-Currently, the following people have "release access":
-
- - genone@gentoo.org
- - fuzzyray@gentoo.org
-
-If you want a new release, ping either of us. If you want to get
-"release access", talk to fuzzyray@gentoo.org
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-- equery:
- - add --overlay, --portdir to uses
- - add glsa pkgspec
- - query for current GLSAs on installed package(s)
- - add changelog <from> <to> [--last] [--lastentry] [--current]
- - displays changelog entries
- - add check <pkg-spec> [--full] [--display=pkgnames,full]
- - check md5 and timestamps (optionally also in CONFIG_PROTECT dirs)
- - add which
- - as ewhich
-- fully deprecate dep-clean and pkg-clean
-- rewrite ekeywords and echangelog to use gentoolkit
-- add deep depends to equery
-- fully deprecate qpkg
-- fully deprecate pkg-size
-- merge change and echangelog
-- merge useflag and euse, have _one_ command line tool
- - update ufed to rely on the CLI tool
- - update ufed to rely on generate-use
- - merge generate-use and ufed?
-- rewrite revdep-rebuild to use gentoolkit
- - drop qpkg dependency; use equery instead
-- rewrite distfiles-clean to use gentoolkit
-- look through forums.gentoo.org for additional scripts
-- write a Gentoolkit Guide
-- write efeatures for turning on/off FEATURES in make.conf
-- look at ekeys, ewatch
-- revision bump tool
- - bump versioned files in filesdir
- - -m for changelog entry
- - use ~/.gentoo/gentoolkit/ebump.conf
- - use /etc/gentoolkit/ebump.conf
-- should be removed:
- - etc-update
- - epm
- - useflag
-- add 'clean' target
-
-+ check esearch, eupdatedb: separate package for now
-