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README.md

README.md

TitanOfOld's Gentoo Developer Overlay

This is where I do my testing before moving packages into Gentoo’s main Portage tree.

While I offer no guarantees, the master branch should be Portage ready.

Adding to Portage

It’s easy to gain access to this overlay either through the newer repos.conf or via layman.

/etc/portage/repos.conf

[titanofold-dev-overlay]
location = /usr/local/overlay/titanofold-dev-overlay
sync-type = git
sync-uri = https://github.com/titanofold/titanofold-gentoo-x86.git
auto-sync = yes

Layman

You can use Layman to access this overlay via Portage. Be sure Layman is built with the git use flag enabled.

root # emerge --ask app-portage/layman

Create /etc/layman/overlays/titanofold-dev-overlay.xml with the following content:

<?xml version="1.0" ?>

<repositories version="1.0">
  <repo priority="50" quality="experimental" status="unofficial">
    <name>titanofold</name>
    <description>Postgres Experimental, unlimited.</description>
    <homepage>http://github.com/titanofold/</homepage>
    <owner>
      <email>titanofold@gentoo.org</email>
    </owner>
    <source type="git">git://github.com/titanofold/titanofold-gentoo-x86.git</source>
  </repo>
</repositories>

Then have Layman add it:

root # layman -a titanofold-dev-overlay