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Documentation => Documentation => Topic started by: cdrw on Mon Oct 02 19:40:15 2017

Title: again, the problem
Post by: cdrw on Mon Oct 02 19:40:15 2017
What am I doing wrong?
Can you explain this? I will be brief, as your documentation.


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=======> WARNING: Footprint ignored.
=======> Adding meta data to Archive judy
=======> Adding meta data to Archive judy.man
=======> Adding meta data to Archive judy.devel
=======> Removing /usr/ports/cdrw/judy/Judy-1.0.5.tar.xz

root [ /usr/ports/cdrw/judy ]# pkgadd judy*
pkgadd 2.3.3.0: judy.devel1506972324any.cards.tar invalid option

root [ /usr/ports/cdrw/judy ]# pkgadd judy.devel1506972324any.cards.tar
Retrieve info about the 548 packages: 100 %
   ADD: (cdrw) judy.devel 1.0.5-1, 2 files: 100 %

root [ /usr/ports/cdrw/judy ]# pkgadd judy.man1506972324any.cards.tar
Retrieve info about the 549 packages: 100 %
   ADD: (cdrw) judy.man 1.0.5-1, 95 files: 100 %

root [ /usr/ports/cdrw/judy ]# pkgadd judy1506972324x86_64.cards.tar
Retrieve info about the 550 packages: 100 %
   ADD: (cdrw) judy 1.0.5-1, 7 files: 100 %
Title: Re: again, the problem
Post by: Thierry on Mon Oct 02 20:04:35 2017
Nothing wrong with that, only configuration choice:
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=======> Adding meta data to Archive judy
=======> Adding meta data to Archive judy.devel
Cards is adding information into the judy and judy.devel archives for later installation
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=======> Removing /usr/ports/cdrw/judy/Judy-1.0.5.tar.xzAs default in /etc/pkgmk.conf, the sources of your package are removed onces the package is successfully build
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man pkgmk.conf
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PKGMK_KEEP_SOURCES='STRING'
  If set to 'yes', pkgmk will keep the sources codes of the build. If 'no', they will be  delete  after  a  successfull build
  Default: 'no'



Title: Re: again, the problem
Post by: cdrw on Mon Oct 02 20:34:52 2017
We're talking about different things. Why doesn't my team.
In the documentation an example of this.

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cd /usr/ports/perso/nano
sudo pkgmk -d
sudo pkgadd nano1*
I mean it was just a misunderstanding.
Title: Re: again, the problem
Post by: cdrw on Mon Oct 02 20:47:48 2017
Did you notice the message in my example - "pkgadd 2.3.3.0: judy.devel1506972324any.cards.tar invalid option"