Tooling to maintain binary package repositories for Linux distributions using the pacman package manager
This project contains tooling to maintain binary package repositories for Linux distributions using the pacman package manager.
The latest documentation can be found at repod.archlinux.page.
NOTE: Repod is still alpha grade software and as such has not yet reached its targeted feature set. It has not been thoroughly tested in the field and therefore should not be used in a production environment!
You can install repod using your distribution's package manager or alternatively by executing
pip install repod
Further information on optional requirements and setting up a development environment can be found in the official installation instructions.
Please refer to the usage information in the official documentation to learn how to use repod.
Read our contributing guide to learn more about how to provide fixes or improvements for the code and documentation.
Repod's code is licensed under the terms of the GPL-3.0-or-later (see the top-level LICENSE file), its documentation is licensed under the terms of the GFDL-1.3-or-later (see the docs/LICENSE file) and its artwork (created by Safi @ betriebsbuero) is licensed under the terms of the CC-BY-SA-4.0 (see the docs/artwork/LICENSE file).
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