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Commit:
092b10b44caa886abf7b4052e188965bff8f10f2
Tree:
ff9cbda0c2853a7aeb897ac21bf68b9528730d07
Author:
frédéric galusik <fredg@salixos.org>
Committer:
frédéric galusik <fredg@salixos.org>
Date:
Thu May 2 13:01:05 2013 UTC
Message:
typos
blob - 2b9be687c5128b8bb03898769cc0bc392ae15398
blob + 87d8a098e7c96130893f49b0f47195b8643d27cb
--- README.rst
+++ README.rst
@@ -20,13 +20,12 @@ http://people.salixos.org/fredg/packages/Pkgtxt2db/
GIT:
----
-git clone ssh://git@github.com/fredg/pkgtxt2db.git
+git clone git@github.com:fredg/pkgtxt2db.git
-
GENERAL OPTIONS
---------------
- -h, --help
+ -h, --help
Simple help
--version
Print pkgtxt2db version
@@ -35,14 +34,15 @@ GENERAL OPTIONS
-t, --target
Choose between slackware or salix repositories.
--repo
- Choose the arch repository, it can be i486 or x86_64
+ Choose the arch repository, it can be i486 or x86_64
-r, --release
- Choose the slackware or salix release. It can be: current (if exist), 14.0, 13.37, ..., 13.0
+ Choose the slackware or salix release. It can be: current (if exist),
+ 14.0, 13.37, ..., 13.0
-e, --expa
Choose between the patches or extra Slackware repository
-c, --convert
Choose your database format, it can be:
- - csv : Convert PACKAGES.TXT to a CSV database
+ - csv : Convert PACKAGES.TXT to a CSV database
- json : Convert PACKAGES.TXT to a JSON database
- sqlite: Convert PACKAGES.TXT to a SQLITE database
- xml : Convert PACKAGES.TXT to a XML database
@@ -54,11 +54,13 @@ COMMAND LINE USAGE
Here are some usages examples.
- pkgtxt2db -u -t slackware --repo x86_64 -r current -c json -o slack64.json
+ pkgtxt2db -u -t slackware --repo x86_64 -r 14.0 -c sqlite -o slackware64
-It will fetch and convert PACKAGES.TXT from the Slackware current x86_64 repository to a JSON database: slack64.json.
+It will fetch and convert PACKAGES.TXT from the Slackware64 14.0 repository to a SQLITE
+database: slackware64.sqlite.
pkgtxt2db -c csv
-It will convert the PACKAGES.TXT found in your directory to a CSV database (; separated): packages.csv. You can open it with libreoffice ;)
+It will convert the PACKAGES.TXT found in your directory to a CSV database (; separated):
+packages.csv. You can open it with libreoffice ;)
Frédéric Galusik