On Saturday, June 20, 2020 at 11:35:32 AM UTC-4, Simon Schlee wrote:
> What I'd like to do is to create a personal catalog that represents the 
>> packages I currently have installed, but it doesn't appear there's a super 
>> easy `raco pkg` command to do that - I still need to research a bit.
> raco pkg archive --help
> Create catalog from installed packages
> Usage:
> raco pkg archive [ <option> ... ] <dest-dir> <pkg> [<pkgs>] ...
>  where <option> is one of
>   --include-deps : Include dependencies of specified packages
> * --exclude <pkg> : Exclude <pkg> from new catalog
>   --relative : Make source paths relative when possible
>   --help, -h : Show this help
>   -- : Do not treat any remaining argument as a switch (at this level)
>  * Asterisks indicate options allowed multiple times.
>  Multiple single-letter switches can be combined after one `-'; for
>   example: `-h-' is the same as `-h --'

Yup. And then either list all the packages individually, or create an uber 
package that lists all the packages individually and archive that. Not very 
convenient, so I may look into adding a flag that creates a catalog from 
*all* of the locally installed packages.

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