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README

default pak repository
======================

This is the default repository used by pak, a package manager written in Perl for UNIX and UNIX-like systems.
https://codeberg.org/taminaru/pak

A few details:
package-list - is the file containing a list of all packages available in the current repository

pak-*.pl - scripts for repository management

how to use the scripts
======================

Run them like so:

$ ./[script-name]

*Replace [script-name] with the actual script name

* "pak-add-package.pl" adds (or updates) a package to the repository.

* "pak-update-list.pl" updates the current package list.
NOTE: "pak-add-package.pl" will automatically run this after adding a package.

Once finished, push the changes to the repository.

testing pak packages
====================

First off, you need to install pak, read the README
https://codeberg.org/taminaru/pak/src/branch/master/README.md

Test if the package:

1. Appears in the pak package list:

$ pak list

2. Displays the right information when searching it using the pak details command

$ pak details [package-name]

*Replace [package-name] with the actual package name

3. Can install and run

$ pak install [package-name]
$ [package-name]

*Replace [package-name] with the actual package name

If all tests have passed; congratulations, you have successfully added a new package to your repository!