Used to push, it is a replacement for reprepro+s3cmd sync and whatnot.
It does incremental updates of a repo, so you don't need to keep a full local copy of the repo anymore.
You just feed it each package as they are made and it updates all the various metadata files as needed.
Usage: depot [options] <package> [<package> ...] -h --help show this help message and exit --version show program's version number and exit -s URI --storage=URI URI for storage provider, checks $DEPOT_STORAGE or local:// -c NAME --codename=NAME Debian distribution codename [default: lucid] --component=NAME Debian component name [default: main] -a ARCH --architecture=ARCH package architecture if not specified in package -k KEYID --gpg-key=KEYID GPG key ID to use for signing --no-sign do not sign this upload --no-public do not make cloud files public-readable
depot -s s3://apt.example.com -c precise -k 6791B14F mypackage.deb
Storage locations are given as URIs like local:///srv/repo or s3://key:secret@bucket. Any scheme supported by libcloud should work, but only local and s3 have been tested so far.
You can pass your AWS access key ID and secret access key as the username and password in the storage URI, or if not present depot will check the $AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and $AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY environment variables.