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authorUlrich Müller <>2019-03-23 21:38:39 +0100
committerUlrich Müller <>2019-03-24 16:56:04 +0100
commit6ad22460da6944677323e74694f2623ba76175e9 (patch)
parentebuild-vars.tex: More precise cross references. (diff)
Promote "Package Dependency Specifications" to section.
Its subsubsections "Operators", "Block operator", "Slot dependencies", and "2-style and 4-style USE dependencies" will become subsections, so the maximum section number depth of the document will be 2. Signed-off-by: Ulrich Müller <>
1 files changed, 5 insertions, 5 deletions
diff --git a/dependencies.tex b/dependencies.tex
index a38b61e..09becdb 100644
--- a/dependencies.tex
+++ b/dependencies.tex
@@ -204,7 +204,7 @@ at-most-one-of group for match purposes.
In an at-most-one-of group, at most one immediate child element must be matched.
-\subsection{Package dependency specifications}
+\section{Package Dependency Specifications}
A package dependency can be in one of the following base formats. A package manager must warn or
error on non-compliant input.
@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@ manager must warn or error if this feature is used with an EAPI not supporting u
The following operators are available:
@@ -276,7 +276,7 @@ The following operators are available:
\item[\t{>}] Strictly greater than the specified version.
-\subsubsection{Block operator}
+\subsection{Block operator}
If the specification is prefixed with one or two exclamation marks, the named dependency is a block
rather than a requirement---that is to say, the specified package must not be installed, with the
@@ -307,7 +307,7 @@ described in table~\ref{tab:bang-strength-table}.
-\subsubsection{Slot dependencies}
+\subsection{Slot dependencies}
\featurelabel{slot-deps} A named slot dependency consists of a colon followed by a slot name. A
@@ -345,7 +345,7 @@ Whenever the equals slot operator is used in an enabled dependency group, the de
(\t{DEPEND}) must ensure that a matching package is installed at build time. It is invalid to use
the equals slot operator inside \t{PDEPEND} or inside any-of dependency specifications.
-\subsubsection{2-style and 4-style USE dependencies}
+\subsection{2-style and 4-style USE dependencies}
A 2-style or 4-style use dependency consists of one of the following: