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version 0.4.0 on Jan 5th, 2011

Info and API: http://rakjar.de/babtools_gentoo/apidocs/

babtools_gentoo: Some tools for working with Gentoo.

Usage: - babtools_gentoo.py cmd [OPTIONS]

for default usage, or

  • babtools_gentoo.py --help

for getting help

Avaible commands: - ebuild_to_local CP

CP (cathegory/package) in the simple form dev-lang/python or similar. CPVs (cathegory/package-version) aren't supported, yet.

  • ebuild_download_to_local CP URL

Download an ebuild from bugs.gentoo.org to the local portage tree.

  • emerge_from_pypi PACKAGE

Create an ebuild from a project in PyPI, put it into package.keywords and install it. Honors package.keywords directories. It only puts the directly named PACKAGE into package.keywords as dev-python/PACKAGE but doesn't put the dependencies into package.keywords.

Examples: - sudo babtools_gentoo.py ebuild_to_local dev-lang/python

copy dev-lang/python into the local overlay

Download the ebuild for games-rpg/vegastrike from bugs.gentoo.org and digest it.

  • sudo babtools_gentoo.py emerge_from_pypi magma

Create an ebuild for "magma" from the PyPI and emerge it.

Source URL (Mercurial): U{http://freehg.org/u/ArneBab/babtools_gentoo/}

PyPI URL: U{http://pypi.python.org/pypi/babtools_gentoo}

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Last updated Jan 5th, 2011

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