Re: RFS: paco
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David Paleino ha scritto:
> Paco, instead, logs the "make install" activity, so you can see which files were
> stored where, and you could always add files to the log, even after the
> completion of the install (that's a feature checkinstall doesn't have, if I
> don't go wrong) .
Forgot to say, with the gpaco gui, you can easily create "binary packages" of
what you did install. They are simple .tar.gz archives, which you might untar in
/, and have a fully-functional software installed.
By the way, I've just sent the upstream author a mail, asking him for
differences between paco and checkinstall.
My main point is, however, about LFS systems. paco would definitely be a good
package in those cases.
Feel free to comment ;-)
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