Rapid evolution of pkgng! :D Thanks for your great work!
On 4/14/15, Baptiste Daroussin <b...@freebsd.org> wrote: > Hi all, > > Final pkg 1.5.0 has been released. > > What happened since pkg 1.4.0: > - Initial provides/requires support > - Lots of new regression tests have been added > - Initial support for OS X > - Initial support for NetBSD/EdgeBSD > - Update most of the bundled third party software has been updated to their > latest version > - Improve the messages reported by pkg > - Properly support file flags > - Implement argument support for custom keywords > - Extend setting credential via plist to allow to set file flags > - Make credential syntax via plist more flexible allow to only defines the > first > - pkg updating now supports case insensitive matching > - pkg create now support a verbose mode > - Add an option to change the default on question, until now the default > answer > was "No" with that option set it would be "Yes" > - Lots of fixes to pkg audit -r > - Global memory usage reduction and speed up > - Improvements and cleanup on pkg alias > - pkg annotate --show --all has been fixed > - Make pkg.h C++ friendly > - Lots of improvements in the solver > - Lots of fixes on 32 bits platforms > - Add support for: pkg create -M ./plop.ucl -p ./plop.plist > - New pkg -r <rootdir> that will install in the given rootdir without > chrooting > - Export PKG_ROOTDIR to scripts allow to make them as portable as possible > - Stop trying to remove all installed package with the argument of pkg > delete is > a local file > - Be more explicit about why the solver it going to reinstall, remove or > upgrade > (when possible) > - Plenty of bug fixes > - Plenty of new bugs > - pkg shlibs now support -q > - pkg lock gained a new --has-locked-packages option > - pkg now resumes fetch if possible > - CONSERVATIVE_UPGRADE is now on by default > - pkg alias now have a -l argument to list aliases > - A sample pkg.conf is now installed with a bunch of aliases set by default > - Fix the backup script to properly export an sql which will be importable > via > pkg shell and/or sqlite out of box > > I would like to thank anyone that has been contributing to pkg to make this > release happen (via code, bug report, feature request, testing and > documentation) > > For pkg 1.6.0 among other things and depending on the time, here is what we > do > plan to work on: > - Safe cherry-picking of upgrades (aka: pkg upgrade something) > - New context dependant messages: > * messages that only appears during upgrades > * messages that only appears on deinstall > * messages that only appears on install > - Extend provides/requires to support flexible dependencies > - Linux package backend (?) > - Allow multiple versions of a given package in a repo > - Add more regression tests > - Improve documentation > - <please add here you personal ideas> > > Best regards, > Bapt > _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"