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commit f2e9f15006e11c4856048cf0376442c59b0650fb
parent 7abfe9d3b7af0c91be34242fec36cf3c46f16295
Author: z3bra <contactatz3bradotorg>
Date:   Fri May  5 08:30:08 +0200

Update pack filename format

pack.5 | 16+++++++++-------
1 file changed, 9 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)
diff --git a/pack.5 b/pack.5 @@ -12,11 +12,11 @@ to install softwares under a directory. .Ss FILENAME The pack name is used to extract informations about it content, and should follow a strict naming scheme: -.Pa <name>#<version>.tar.<ext> . +.Pa <name>@<version>.<ext> . .Pp The regex used to match pack names is as follows (case sensitive): .Bd -literal -offset indent -([-_a-z0-9]*)#([-.a-zA-Z0-9]*).tar.(gz|bz2|xz) +([-_a-z0-9]*)@([-.a-zA-Z0-9]*).t(bz|gz|xz) .Ed .Pp name used for packs should remain the original software name, unless it @@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ doesn't match the regex above. In this case, the name should be changed to fit the convention used. .Pp Libraries pack names MUST be named "lib<name>". For example, the pack for -"zlib" would be named "libz#<version>.tar.<ext>". +"zlib" would be named "libz@<version>.<ext>". .Ss ARCHIVE FORMAT A pack is a compressed .Em tar file @@ -49,18 +49,20 @@ share/man/man5/pack.5 In order to create a pack suitable for use with .Xr pm 1 , you can use external tools to first install your pack into a specific -directory, change to this directory and archive its content. The typical -workflow to create packs would be the following: +directory, change to this directory and archive its content. Files having +a newline character ('\n') in their name are not supported by +.Xr pm 1 . +The typical workflow to create packs would be the following: .Bd -literal -offset indent make make DESTDIR=/tmp/rootfs install cd /tmp/rootfs -tar -c $(ls) | bzip2 > /tmp/pm#0.0.tar.bz2 +tar -c $(ls) | bzip2 > /tmp/pm@0.0.tbz .Ed .Pp You can check the content of this pack with: .Bd -literal -offset indent -bzip2 -cd < /tmp/pm#0.0.tar.bz2 | tar -t +bzip2 -cd < /tmp/pm@0.0.tbz | tar -t .Ed .Sh SEE ALSO .Xr pm 1 ,