Emerde is a port of Gentoo's portage system that installs, removes, updates, and maintains your system rapidly and easily. On Slackware, it cooperates with the package database and allows you to install .tgz files directly using dependency checking.
|Tags||Archiving Packaging Installation/Setup Utilities|
|Implementation||Python Unix Shell|
Release Notes: portage has been updated to 2.1_rc4, and debianutils to 2.15. The --maketgz* options have been dropped. A bug has been fixed in the --skipit option. It is advised to update to this version, because the new Gentoo's portage is not compatible with the old ones.
Release Notes: The portage was updated to portage 2.1_pre3. Updating is recommended because the new Gentoo's portage isn't compatible with the old ones.
Release Notes: A Sync-cat script that lets you sync a single category or package with the Gentoo repository was added. runscript.sh was patched to handle net dependecies at boot by rc.emerde. A --pasive option was added to auto-install.sh to select FTP passive mode. /etc/init.d/runscript.sh is no longer launched from rc.emerde.
Release Notes: A MIRROR option was added in auto-install.sh. A name bug was fixed in por2pkg and in --maketgz. An rsync installation bug and other small bugs were fixed and the code was cleaned up.
Release Notes: Updated to portage 2.0.51-r3, fixed a small bug in rsync_url, and cleaned up the code.