FindPackage Searches, chooses an occurence and prints where some package (or
recipe) can be found, based only on the program name (case insesitive) or on the
program name and program version.
Options: -t [t1,t2,...] --types=[t1,t2,...] Sets what kind of packages can be searched, in the passed order. Valid types are: local_package, official_package, contrib_package, installed, recipe, tracked, all Using only the first character from any of the above is also valid: l, o, c, i, r, t, a Default types are: local_package, official_package Notice that when "recipe" type is used, Compile.conf is read to set recipe-store locations and local recipes locations. --local-dirs=[d1,..] Where to look for local binary packages. By default, uses the paths defined at GetAvailable.conf. --force-update Downloads required packages list even if there is a local copy (cached in /Data/Variable/tmp/Scripts-jroth/cache/) newer than one hour. -l, --full-list Prints all the occurences that match the passed parameters, not only the "best". -n, --newest-on-server Tries to sort the result set by how recently the packages have been modified on the server. Automatically enables '--full-list'. -s, --substring Match packages whose names contains the passed substring. -W, --no-web Do not try to download anything and don't lists remote recipes and packages (if not explicitly listed in '--types='). Overrides '--force-update' and '--newest-on-server'. -p --gobo-programs Override default /Programs as path of installed packages
Examples of usage:
FindPackage kde FindPackage kde 3.2.3 FindPackage KDE 3.2.3 FindPackage --types=recipe kde 3.2.3 FindPackage --types=local_package,official_package kde 3.2.3 FindPackage -t l,o kde 3.2.3 FindPackage --full-list kde 3.2.3 FindPackage --force-update --full-list kde 3.2.3 FindPackage --types=recipe kde-base 3.2.3 FindPackage --types=recipe --substring kd 3.2.3 FindPackage --types=installed gcc