praxis - reference implementation of the package manager for Mutiny
Named as such to conform with the rest of the Mutiny naming scheme. "Praxis," the word, means in the
original Greek, "action." Packages are referred to as theories, thus praxis carries out a
praxis is the reference implementation of the package manager used by mutiny(7).
This page consists of documentation on the design of the
praxis package manager.
::canonis the most important repository
Other repositories can always depend on libraries in repositories that are more important
we might not want to have
gitin the basic system requirements
Sounds like a great way to justify having
rsyncbe a sysreq though… which is also kinda bad. that said, there is stuff like
Having full history of the source repositories on your system is very appealing though and would be very much in line with system principles
We could offer synchronization via tar archives or git repositories; gitlab and github both can do autogenerated archives for each commit, the
Multiple ways to sync repositories
Paludis has sync prefixes:
cave sync -s local repository, which is really useful for development of repositories
Something akin to
apt-get sourcewould be pretty nice - we have all the metadata to do just this anyway, since all packages are built from source
ignore linux-headers[>$(uname -r | cut -d- -f1)]
Options enabled on packages; this may also include things such as environment variables.
MAKEFLAGS="-j12" * -* ruby ssl toybox MAKEFLAGS="-j1" static lighttpd webdav pcre -lua MAKEFLAGS="-j -l3"
Packages specifically requested to be installed by the user. They were not installed as dependencies of other packages.
beets lighttpd mpd pass