freight-add man page
freight-add — add a package to Freight
freight add [-c conf] [-v] [-h] package manager/distro[/component][...]
freight-add registers package with one or more manager/distro[/component] pairs (or triples). Currently, apt is the only supported manager and package must be one of *.deb, *.dsc *.debian.tar.gz *.orig.tar.gz, *.dsc *.diff.gz *.orig.tar.gz, or *.dsc *.tar.gz. distro may be any arbitrary value but is best suited to naming a particular version of the target operating system (for example, "wheezy" or "precise"). component is optional and for apt defaults to main.
The package files are organized in the Freight library so freight-cache(1) has an easy time of creating package repositories for each manager/distro[/component] later.
- -c conf, --conf=conf
Use an alternate configuration file.
- -v, --verbose
- -e, --add-error
Raises an error if the package to add is already registered.
- -h, --help
Show a help message.
- /etc/freight.conf, ~/.freight.conf, etc/freight.conf, .freight.conf
The default configuration files. See freight(5).
The pathname of an alternate configuration file. See freight(5).
If not empty acts as --add-error option.
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Part of freight(1).
freight-cache(1) builds package repositories from the intermediate "Freight library" managed by freight-add.
freight(1), freight(5), freight-cache(1), freight-init(1).