|Doug Le Tough 50f64fbd47||2 years ago|
|docs||3 years ago|
|LICENSE.TXT||5 years ago|
|README.md||3 years ago|
|sbo_deps.py||2 years ago|
|sbo_reverse_dep.sh||2 years ago|
A simple pyhton script allowing Slackware users to recursively retrieve all dependencies from a package name and install it in RIGHT ORDER using sbopkg
At first, set the following variables accordingly to your setup:
SBO_EXE = '/usr/sbin/sbopkg' SBO_PATH = '/var/lib/sbopkg' SBO_BRANCH = '' SLACKWARE_VERSION = '14.2'
Then as root user run from CLI:
sbo_deps.py <package name>
The sbo_deps.py search for and parse the <package name>.info file and retrieve all the package names at the REQUIRES line.
Once done, it do the same for all retrieved package names.
Copy sbo_deps.py file somewhere in the root $PATH (/usr/local/bin is a good choice)
This software is published and copyrighted by Doug Le Tough (firstname.lastname@example.org) and released under the W.T.F.P.L.
A copy of the W.T.F.P.L is available in the LICENSE.txt file that should accompany this source code.
For further information about the WTFPL please visit http://www.wtfpl.net/