[Slackbuilds-users] Help on creating my own local slackbuild repo at home

Donald Cooley evzen at airpost.net
Mon Jul 4 22:08:24 UTC 2011

On 06/23/2011 01:53 AM, Ozan Türkyılmaz wrote:
> 2011/6/23 Nicolas Kovacs<info at microlinux.fr>:
>> Le 23/06/2011 02:23, unix_lists at airpost.net a écrit :
>>> I would like to have my own local version of slackbuilds on my own
>>> computer. I want this because I often make changes to the scripts. I
>>> would like to have control over how an update from slackbuilds site is
>>> merged with my own home repo.
>>> I have little experience with git or other version control systems. How
>>> are some of you implementing this yourselves?
>> SVN is a great tool, and quite simple. The documentation is very clear.
>> There's a local copy of the SVN book in your Slackware box.
>> If you can't setup your own SVN server, you can have a free account at
>> http://www.tuxfamily.org, a great site devoted to hosting free projects. The
>> FAQ contains step by step information about setting up the SVN repo.
> With git, You have zero needs for all this.
> I have my own local repo as well. I added to sbopkg as well. I can get
> updates from Offical Repo and still keep my own changes.
Can you explain this a bit more about how you get updates from sbopkg 
and are still able to keep your own changes. That's exactly what I would 
like to do.

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