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Old 03-25-2011, 11:26 PM
Ray Kohler
 
Default Update repo-add manpage

Add -v, mention delta support (other than -d), and split
repo-add-specific options out from those common to repo-add and
repo-remove.

Signed-off-by: Ray Kohler <ataraxia937@gmail.com>
---
doc/repo-add.8.txt | 46 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++-------------------
1 files changed, 27 insertions(+), 19 deletions(-)

diff --git a/doc/repo-add.8.txt b/doc/repo-add.8.txt
index 26009f6..9167a40 100644
--- a/doc/repo-add.8.txt
+++ b/doc/repo-add.8.txt
@@ -10,35 +10,28 @@ repo-add - package database maintenance utility

Synopsis
--------
-repo-add [-d] [-f] [-q] <path-to-db> <package1> [<package2> ...]
+repo-add [-d] [-f] [-q] [-s] [-v] <path-to-db> <package|delta> [<package|delta> ...]

-repo-remove [-q] <path-to-db> <packagename> [<packagename2> ...]
+repo-remove [-q] [-s] [-v] <path-to-db> <packagename|delta> [<packagename|delta> ...]


Description
-----------
repo-add and repo-remove are two scripts to help build a package database for
packages built with linkman:makepkg[8] and installed with linkmanacman[8].
+They also handle package deltas produced by linkmankgdelta[8].

-repo-add will update a package database by reading a built package file.
-Multiple packages to add can be specified on the command line.
+repo-add will update a package database by reading a built package or package
+delta file. Multiple packages and/or deltas to add can be specified on the
+command line.

-repo-remove will update a package database by removing the package name
-specified on the command line. Multiple packages to remove can be specified
-on the command line.
+repo-remove will update a package database by removing the package name or
+delta specified on the command line. Multiple packages and/or delta to remove
+can be specified on the command line.


-Options
--------
-*-d, --delta*::
- Automatically generate and add a delta file between the old entry and the
- new one, if the old package file is found next to the new one.
-
-*-f, --files*::
- Tells repo-add also to create and include a list of the files in the
- specified packages. This is useful for creating databases listing all files
- in a given sync repository for tools that may use this information.
-
+Common Options
+--------------
*-q, --quiet*::
Force this program to keep quiet and run silent except for warning and
error messages.
@@ -49,9 +42,24 @@ Options
signature file, using the GPG agent if it is available. The signature file
will be the entire filename of the database with a ``.sig' extension.

+*-v, --verify*::
+ Verify the PGP signature of the database before updating the database.
+ If the signature is invalid, an error is produced and the update does not
+ proceed.
+
+repo-add Options
+----------------
+*-d, --delta*::
+ Automatically generate and add a delta file between the old entry and the
+ new one, if the old package file is found next to the new one.
+
+*-f, --files*::
+ Tells repo-add also to create and include a list of the files in the
+ specified packages. This is useful for creating databases listing all files
+ in a given sync repository for tools that may use this information.

See Also
--------
-linkman:makepkg[8], linkmanacman[8]
+linkman:makepkg[8], linkmanacman[8], linkmankgdelta[8]

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