the squid package manager
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Author: Josh Moore <jxm5210@g.rit.edu>
Date:   Wed, 15 Jan 2020 16:02:00 -0500

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -13,12 +13,6 @@ cd squidpm This will create all the symlinks necessary to run squidpm. After that, you will be able to simply run `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 -Here is a list of currently supported operations. - -* `squidpm install <package>` - Install a package. Look in the `packages/` directory to see which packages are currently available. -* `squidpm uninstall <package>` - Uninstall a package. -* `squidpm update <package>` - Download/install updates for a package. -* `squidpm check <package>` - Returns exit code 1 if \<package\> is installed, 0 otherwise. -* `squidpm list` - Print a list of currently installed squidpm packages. +Use the command `squidpm help` see `docs/operations.txt` to see a list of supported operations. The `all` package is a special target that lets you perform the selected operation on all available packages. There is no confirmation, and squidpm really will update/uninstall all installed packages or install all packages in the squidpm repository, so make sure you really want to do what you're doing!