~fredg/twapake

4af35f48e2937242e9c6ad712cfb112eab1826a0 — Fred. Galusik 7 years ago 7da0066
minor update
7 files changed, 14 insertions(+), 30 deletions(-)

M AUTHORS
M ChangeLog
M INSTALL
M TODO
M Twacurse.pm
M twapake
D twapake.cron
M AUTHORS => AUTHORS +1 -1
@@ 1,1 1,1 @@
Copyright Frédéric Galusik <dev1~at~galusik~dot~xyz> Lyon, France.
Copyright Frédéric Galusik <slack~at~galusik~dot~xyz> Lyon, France.

M ChangeLog => ChangeLog +6 -1
@@ 1,4 1,9 @@

* version 0.5.1:
    - add a Makefile
	- fix perl dir
	- remove spkg ref.
	- update minor infos (email, ...)
	
* version 0.5:
    - add --ui (-u): launch the Curses User Interface for an easy removal
    - add a man page

M INSTALL => INSTALL +3 -15
@@ 1,23 1,11 @@
===========
============
INSTALLATION
============


To install, run as root:

 ./install.sh

  # make install

Optionnaly, you can set DESTDIR to suit your need, for example:
DESTDIR=$PKG ./install.sh
Where $PKG can be /what/you/want

You can set the LIBDIRSUFFIX to install it on a 64bits OS.
LIBDIRSUFFIX=64 ./install.sh


NOTE FOR SLACKWARE CURRENT USERS:
=================================
Perl version is 5.24.0, so, to install, just do:
  # make install DESTDIR=$PKG # where $PKG can be /what/you/want

PERLVER=5.24.0 ./install.sh

M TODO => TODO +1 -1
@@ 10,4 10,4 @@ DONE - choose packages in a twapake list for easy removal, UI -> Curses
____ - clean log dir
____ - print diff between 2 dates
____ - internationalize

____ - add a way to quickly see packages/repos

M Twacurse.pm => Twacurse.pm +1 -1
@@ 4,7 4,7 @@ package Twacurse;
#
#       This file is part of twapake
#
#       Copyright 2010-2017 Frédéric Galusik <dev1~at~galusik~~dot~xyz>
#       Copyright 2010-2017 Frédéric Galusik <slack~at~galusik~~dot~xyz>
#       License: BSD Revised
#
###############################################################################

M twapake => twapake +2 -4
@@ 9,17 9,15 @@

use strict;
use warnings;

( $< == 0 ) or die "Sorry, but only root can run this script.\n";

use Getopt::Long;
use Curses::UI;
use Twapake::Twapake;
use Twapake::Twacurse;


my $VERSION = 0.5.1;

( $< == 0 ) or die "Sorry, but only root can run this script.\n";

my $Twapake = Twapake->new();

#

D twapake.cron => twapake.cron +0 -7
@@ 1,7 0,0 @@
#!/bin/sh

#
# print an every day twapake snapshot in /var/log/twapake/
#

/usr/sbin/twapake --logfile