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botch-create-graph - create graph based on installation sets, strong dependency

BOTCH-CREATE-GRAPH(1) botch tools BOTCH-CREATE-GRAPH(1)

NAME

botch-create-graph - create graph based on installation sets, strong dependency sets or dependency closures

SYNOPSIS

botch-create-graph [options] Packages.. Sources

DESCRIPTION

Given a repository of source packages and binary packages, create the build graph and source graph for it

OPTIONS

--version
show program's version and exit
-h, --help
show this help message and exit
-v, --verbose
print additional information
--quiet
do no print any messages
-A, --available=FILE
List of available packages (arch:all, crossed...) in control file format
--custom-is=FILE
list of files with dependencies that should not be part of the IS
--deb-drop-b-d-indep
Drop Build-Depends-Indep dependencies
--deb-drop-b-d-arch
Drop Build-Depends-Arch dependencies
--allowsrcmismatch
If a binary package is without a source package but there is a source package of same name but different version, match this binary package to that source package.
--progress
print progress bars
--timers
print timing information
--strongtype
generate a strong build graph (only strong dependencies)
--closuretype
generate a dependency closure build graph (all dependency relationships)
--fg=PKGS
Additional Packages lists that are checked and used for resolving dependencies (can be repeated)
--bg=PKGS
Additional Packages lists that are NOT checked but used for resolving dependencies (can be repeated)
--deb-native-arch=ARCH
Native architecture ARCH
--deb-host-arch=arch
Host architecture arch. Defaults to native architecture.
--deb-foreign-archs=archs
Comma-separated foreign architectures in addition to native and host architectures.
--deb-ignore-essential
By default, installing any binary package requires the coinstallation set of all binary packages marked as Essential:yes to be installed as well. This option drops this requirement.
--optgraph
Calculate a dependency graph where each installation set contains the minimal number of unavailable binary packages.
-j, --jobs=NUM
How many worker processes to run in parallel. Default: 1

EXAMPLE

Calculate a self-contained repository:
 zcat packages | grep-dctrl -X \( -FPackage build-essential --or -FEssential yes \) > minimal
 dose-deb-coinstall --deb-native-arch=amd64 --bg=packages --fg=minimal > minimal-amd64
 botch-bin2src --deb-native-arch=amd64 minimal-amd64 sources > minimal-src
 grep-dctrl -FArchitecture all packages > available
 botch-create-graph --deb-ignore-essential -A available --deb-native-arch=amd64 --bg sources packages minimal-src > graph.xml
 botch-buildgraph2packages graph.xml packages > min-closure
 botch-packages-union min-closure minimal-amd64 min-closure
 botch-bin2src --deb-native-arch=amd64 min-closure sources > min-closure-src
 dose-builddebcheck --deb-native-arch=amd64 min-closure min-closure-src
The self-contained repository will then be min-closure and min-closure-src.

BUGS

See <http://bugs.debian.org/botch>.

SEE ALSO

Debian doc-base Manual /usr/share/doc/botch/wiki/Home.html

AUTHOR

This man page was written by Johannes Schauer. Botch is written by Johannes Schauer and Pietro Abate. Copyright 2012-2014 Johannes Schauer, Pietro Abate
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. A special linking exception to the GNU Lesser General Public License applies to this library, see the COPYING file for more information.
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