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It allow to add directory without metadata in config file
all packages must be in a single directory; no subdirectory supported.
For these repositories, slackpkg update is not needed.
When you add a package in directory it will automatically recognized.
It's most useful for who install a personal package and don't want to insert it in blacklist.
PKGS_PRIORITY=( mypackages:.* )
to override slackware packages and to be sure that slackpkg upgrade-all no more will ask you to reinstall original package.
When you upgrade a package, copy it in directory and run slackpkg upgrade-all (or slackpkg upgrade mypackages)
This version also supports a new enviroment variable: 'USEBL' (alias USE BLACKLIST). You can put it in slackpkgplus.conf but isn't useful. That variable is to use to temporary skip blacklist file.
I recompile gcc myself, so I put it in blacklist. Now to known if Patrik release a new version (so I must to recompile) I've to monitor the Changelog, but I can also run
search and file-search are buggy. I sent a patch to fix it at slackpkg's website.
Patched core-functions.sh to fix searching for qt, phonon, and other
packages in cases where package names overlap.
Thanks to Sébastien Ballet.
The README on slackware/source/ap/slackpkg tell: "slackpkg" is a shell script, so there is no source package.
But where is the slackbuild, the original script, and the included patch? The official download page contains slackpkg-2.82.0-noarch-2.tgz
However we must to test if that slackpkg version impact slackpkg+
Slackware 14.1 is sufficently stable to call it 'rc1'.
Also I think that slackpkg+ is sufficently mature, so I finally call it 1.0rc1
Latest slackpkg 2.82.0-11 include the (not currently existing) 14.1 official repository becouse when stable release will be released that repositories will be immediatly created.
Unfortunatly I can't add 14.1 third-party repository in slackpkg+ unless I don't know which repositories will be quickly created.
If you know that your repository will be alive in a short after slackware release, you can tell me here and I will add it.