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Create development overlays for the FreeBSD ports tree

Project Description

Create development overlays for the ports tree.

Bandar creates a temporary unionfs overlay with your development tree on top and the upstream ports tree on the bottom, allowing you to quickly and easily test, develop and deploy new ports. Bandar takes advantage of the fuse-based unionfs copy-on-write feature unavailable in the kernel variant, and provides extra security and stability by running in userspace.

The word “bandar” is Persian for a port or haven, etymologically meaning an enclosed area.

Usage

usage: bandar [-h] [-d dev-ports-path] [-p ports-path]
              {archive,check-git,lint,poudriere,test} ...

positional arguments:
  {archive,check-git,lint,poudriere,test}
    archive             Generate archive files, only files committed to git
                        will be detected
    check-git           Check your git repo is configured optimally
    lint                Run `portlint` on development ports
    poudriere           Run `poudriere` on development ports
    test                Run `port test` on development ports

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -d dev-ports-path     Directory of project ports (default: current working
                        directory)
  -p ports-path         Directory of upstream ports (default: /usr/ports)

Requirements

  • devel/git
  • lang/python32 or greater
  • ports-mgmt/porttools
  • ports-mgmt/poudriere
  • sysutils/fusefs-unionfs>=1.0

License

BSD 2-clause. See LICENSE.

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Release History

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0.1.0

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