squidpm

the squid package manager
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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -1,9 +1,9 @@ # squidpm -The Squid Package Manager is a utility for easily managing local copies of git repositories. Package management scripts are located in the `packages/` directory. See `packages/example` for an example of how you could add your own packages. +The Squid Package Manager is a utility for easily managing local copies of git repositories. Package management scripts are located in the `packages/` directory. See `packages/example` and other packages for examples of how you could add your own packages. This is intended primarily to be a tool for personal use, but I will accept pull requests and add packages to this repository if they are genuinely libre software. -## Installation +### Installation To install squidpm for the first time, run these commands: ``` git clone https://github.com/joshiemoore/squidpm.git @@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ sudo ./squidpm.sh install squidpm ``` This will create all the symlinks necessary to run squidpm. After that, you will be able to simply run `sudo squidpm <operation> [package]` to perform package management operations. Note that all packages will be downloaded to the `squidpm/repos/` directory, so be sure to clone this repository in a location that has enough free space for what you're trying to do. -## Operations +### Operations Here is a list of currently supported operations. * `install <package>` - Install a package. Look in the `packages/` directory to see which packages are currently available.