W dniu śro, 22.11.2017 o godzinie 01∶55 -0500, użytkownik NP-Hardass napisał: > Would like to get this out within the next day if no-one sees any issues. > > Thanks! > Title: Old Wine versions moving to wine-overlay > Author: NP-Hardass <np-hard...@gentoo.org> > Content-Type: text/plain > Posted: 2017-11-21 > Revision: 1 > News-Item-Format: 2.0 > Display-If-Installed: app-emulation/wine:0 > Display-If-Installed: app-emulation/wine-vanilla > Display-If-Installed: app-emulation/wine-staging > Display-If-Installed: app-emulation/wine-d3d9 > Display-If-Installed: app-emulation/wine-any > > To reduce the burden on main Gentoo repository, older versions of Wine > will be available only in the wine overlay. These ebuilds will still be > fully supported by the Gentoo Wine Project. This will result in > upstream stable releases and the several most recent upstream devel > releases being the only versions in ::gentoo; all versions meeting the > criteria for support within Gentoo  will be available in ::wine. > > To install the overlay you can either add the repos.conf file to your > portage configuration directory or add the repository via layman.
What about eselect-repository? ;-P > * To add the repos.conf file: > # wget https://gitweb.gentoo.org/repo/proj/wine.git/plain/wine.conf -O \ Infra strongly discourages fetching straight from cgit. This is not guaranteed to be stable. > /etc/portage/repos.conf/wine.conf > > Edit the /etc/portage/repos.conf/wine.conf file so that "location" > points to your desired folder to install the overlay. > # emaint sync --repo wine > > * To install the overlay via layman: > # layman -a wine It's kinda surprising to see this after the repos.conf solution since it was mentioned first. > >  > https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Project:Wine/Policies_and_Procedures#Supported_versions -- Best regards, Michał Górny