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The documentation, which is generally excellent, makes it seem like what I'm hoping to do should be possible, but I'm not able to connect the dots.
I'm happy to get most of my packages from github, from melpa, etc. but I have a couple that aren't public. (I suppose, in practice, I could just install them by hand, but I'm trying to simplify my init by doing things in a more regular, less ad hoc fashion).
Can I change the protocol for a single recipe?
What I want to say is "you can get this package by checking out this git repo on that host over ssh".
If that's not possible or is impractical, can I say "you can get this package out of that directory over there?"
Thanks for your question!
Currently, you can't change the protocol for a single recipe (see #92). However, you have two options:
I believe one of these options should solve your problem. However I will also note that you can indeed run a package from a local directory simply using