bpkg-pkg-drop man page

bpkg-pkg-drop ā€” drop package

Synopsis

bpkg pkg-drop|drop [options] <pkg>...

Description

The pkg-drop command drops one or more packages from the configuration. If the packages being dropped still have dependent packages, then those will have to be drop as well and you will be prompted to confirm. And if the packages being dropped have dependency packages that would otherwise no longer be used, then they will be dropped as well unless the --keep-unused|-K option is specified.

The pkg-drop command also supports several options (described below) that allow you to control the amount of work that will be done.

Pkg-Drop Options

--yes|-y

Assume the answer to all prompts is yes. Note that this option does not apply to the dropping of dependents; use --drop-dependent for that.

--no|-n

Assume the answer to all prompts is no. Only makes sense together with --print-only|-p.

--keep-unused|-K

Don't drop dependency packages that were automatically built but will no longer be used.

--drop-dependent|-D

Don't warn about or ask for confirmation if dropping dependent packages.

--keep-dependent

Issue an error if attempting to drop dependent packages.

--disfigure-only

Disfigure all the packages but don't purge.

--print-only|-p

Print to stdout what would be done without actually doing anything.

--plan header

Print the plan (even if --yes is specified) and start it with the header line (unless it is empty).

--directory|-d dir

Assume configuration is in dir rather than in the current working directory.

Common Options

The common options are summarized below with a more detailed description available in bpkg-common-options(1).

-v

Print essential underlying commands being executed.

-V

Print all underlying commands being executed.

--quiet|-q

Run quietly, only printing error messages.

--verbose level

Set the diagnostics verbosity to level between 0 and 6.

--jobs|-j num

Number of jobs to perform in parallel.

--no-result

Don't print informational messages about the outcome of performing a command.

--no-progress

Suppress progress indicators for long-lasting operations, such as network transfers, building, etc.

--build path

The build program to be used to build packages.

--build-option opt

Additional option to be passed to the build program.

--fetch path

The fetch program to be used to download resources.

--fetch-option opt

Additional option to be passed to the fetch program.

--fetch-timeout sec

The fetch and fetch-like (for example, git) program timeout.

--git path

The git program to be used to fetch git repositories.

--git-option opt

Additional common option to be passed to the git program.

--sha256 path

The sha256 program to be used to calculate SHA256 sums.

--sha256-option opt

Additional option to be passed to the sha256 program.

--tar path

The tar program to be used to extract package archives.

--tar-option opt

Additional option to be passed to the tar program.

--openssl path

The openssl program to be used for crypto operations.

--openssl-option opt

Additional option to be passed to the openssl program.

--auth type

Types of repositories to authenticate.

--trust fingerprint

Trust repository certificate with a SHA256 fingerprint.

--trust-yes

Assume the answer to all authentication prompts is yes.

--trust-no

Assume the answer to all authentication prompts is no.

--pager path

The pager program to be used to show long text.

--pager-option opt

Additional option to be passed to the pager program.

--options-file file

Read additional options from file.

Bugs

Send bug reports to the users@build2.org mailing list.

Referenced By

bpkg(1).

June 2019 bpkg 0.11.0