botch-build-fixpoint - find build order until dependency cycles occur
Given a list of source packages Sources, return the list of binary packages that can be built without having to break a dependency cycle. The algorithm repeatedly attempts to satisfy build dependencies of all source packages using the available binary packages from AvailablePackages and adds the binary packages of those source packages that satisfy their build dependencies to the set of available binary packages.
- show program's version and exit
- -h, --help
- show this help message and exit
- -v, --verbose
- print additional information
- do no print any messages
- -A, --available=AvailablePackages
- List of available packages (arch:all, crossed...) in control file format (setting this argument is required). Packages in this list have to be part of Packages.
- Drop Build-Depends-Indep dependencies
- Drop Build-Depends-Arch dependencies
- If a binary package is without a source package but there is a source package of same name but different version, match this binary package to that source package.
- instead of stderr, write the calculated build order to this file.
- Additional Packages lists that are checked and used for resolving dependencies (can be repeated)
- Additional Packages lists that are NOT checked but used for resolving dependencies (can be repeated)
- -o, --outfile=FILE
- Set the output file FILE
- Native architecture ARCH
- Host architecture arch. Defaults to native architecture.
- Comma-separated foreign architectures in addition to native and host architectures.
Calculate the source packages that can be built in a given state:
botch-build-fixpoint --deb-native-arch=amd64 --available packages-arch-all --output-order=order.lst packages sources
Debian doc-base Manual /usr/share/doc/botch/wiki/Home.html
This man page was written by Johannes Schauer. Botch is written by Johannes Schauer and Pietro Abate.
Copyright 2012-2014 Johannes Schauer, Pietro Abate
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. A special linking exception to the GNU Lesser General Public License applies to this library, see the COPYING file for more information.