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Wed Sep 15 19:00:16 2004 UTC (10 years, 3 months ago) by angusyoung
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Initial Release

1 # IMPORTANT: In order to parse this new format, you need Portage 1.6 or later!
2
3 # OK; you're staring at this file and you have no idea what these stars are
4 # for. Here's the scoop. An initial "*" marks a package that is part of the
5 # official "base" system profile. If there's a "*", then "emerge system" will
6 # use the line in its calculations of what "should" be installed for this
7 # profile. Lines without a "*" prefix will be ignored for profile
8 # calculations.
9
10 # Now, this is new: *all* lines (star or no star) will be used as a special
11 # package *inclusion* mask. For example, the line *=sys-devel/gcc-2.95.3-r1
12 # will cause Portage to totally ignore all gcc ebuilds other than
13 # gcc-2.95.3-r1. >=, <=, <, > and ~ can be used to offer a bit more
14 # flexibility. For example, >=sys-libs/glibc-2.2.4 will cause emerge to ignore
15 # all glibc ebuilds with a version less than 2.2.4. This allows us to have
16 # profile-specific package.mask settings. *All* lines are used for this
17 # masking process, whether they are prefixed with a * or not. And if a generic
18 # dep is used, like "sys-apps/foo", then all versions of foo are included. If
19 # there is no entry, then all versions of an app are included. The key thing
20 # to note is that this file does not need to end up being an exhaustive list
21 # of portage packages; just the ones critical to this profile.
22
23 # So, what happens to /usr/portage/profiles/package.mask? It's still around,
24 # and still useful. But it should mainly be used for broken ebuilds only.
25 # package.mask continues to function as normal, masking out ebuilds from *all*
26 # system profiles.
27
28 # Which to use? Use the profile-specific stuff to "lock down" specific
29 # versions of ebuilds. Gentoo Linux 1.0_rc6 uses certain known-compatible
30 # versions of binutils, gcc and glibc, so we lock them down here. This
31 # prevents the user from shooting himself/herself in the foot by installing a
32 # wacky version.
33
34 *=sys-devel/patch-2.5.9
35
36 *=sys-libs/freebsd-csu-5.2.1
37 *=sys-kernel/freebsd-headers-5.2.1
38 *=sys-kernel/freebsd-sources-5.2.1
39 *=sys-apps/freebsd-mk-defs-5.2.1
40 *=sys-apps/freebsd-make-includes-5.2.1
41 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libc-5.2.1-r1
42
43
44 *=sys-libs/freebsd-com_err-5.2.1
45 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libmd-5.2.1
46
47 #sys-devel/binutils
48
49 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libutil-5.2.1
50 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libcrypt-5.2.1
51 *=sys-libs/freebsd-msun-5.2.1
52 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libatm-5.2.1
53 *=sys-libs/libopie-2.4
54 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libtacplus-5.2.1
55 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libradius-5.2.1
56 *=sys-apps/freebsd-rpc-5.2.1
57 *=sys-apps/freebsd-yptools-5.2.1
58
59 *=sys-libs/freebsd-librpcsvc-5.2.1
60 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libsbuf-5.2.1
61 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libypclnt-5.2.1
62 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libpam-5.2.1
63
64 *=app-arch/gzip-1.2.4
65 *sys-libs/zlib
66
67 *=sys-libs/freebsd-compat-5.2.1
68 *=sys-libs/freebsd-gdtoa-5.2.1
69 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libalias-5.2.1
70 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libbluetooth-5.2.1
71 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libbsnmp-5.2.1
72 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libc_r-5.2.1
73 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libcalendar-5.2.1
74 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libcam-5.2.1
75 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libcom_err-5.2.1
76 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libdevinfo-5.2.1
77 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libdevstat-5.2.1
78 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libdisk-5.2.1
79 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libedit-5.2.1
80 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libexpat-5.2.1
81 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libfetch-5.2.1
82 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libftpio-5.2.1
83 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libgeom-5.2.1
84 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libipsec-5.2.1
85 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libipx-5.2.1
86 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libkiconv-5.2.1
87 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libkvm-5.2.1
88 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libmilter-5.2.1
89 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libmp-5.2.1
90 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libncp-5.2.1
91 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libnetgraph-5.2.1
92 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libngatm-5.2.1
93 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libpthread-5.2.1
94 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libsdp-5.2.1
95 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libsmb-1.4
96 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libstand-5.2.1
97 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libthr-5.2.1
98 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libufs-5.2.1
99 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libugidfw-5.2.1
100 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libusbhid-5.2.1
101 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libvgl-5.2.1
102 *=sys-libs/freebsd-libxpg4-5.2.1
103 *=sys-libs/freebsd-liby-5.2.1
104 *=sys-libs/libdialog-0.4
105 *=sys-libs/ncurses-5.4-r3
106 *=sys-libs/readline-4.3-r6
107
108 *dev-lang/python
109
110 #*=sys-apps/portage-2.0.50
111
112 #*dev-lang/perl
113 #*virtual/editor
114 #*net-misc/rsync
115 #*net-misc/wget
116 #*app-arch/bzip2
117 #*sys-apps/groff
118 *sys-apps/sed
119
120 #*app-arch/tar
121 #*>=sys-apps/texinfo-4.2-r1
122 #*sys-devel/autoconf
123 #*>=sys-devel/automake-1.6.1-r5
124 #*sys-devel/bison
125 #*sys-devel/flex
126 #*>=sys-devel/libtool-1.4.1-r4
127 #*sys-devel/m4
128 #*sys-devel/make
129 #*sys-devel/patch
130 #*sys-libs/db

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