elbe-repodir - preprocesses and hosts repodirs on an Elbe client
'elbe repodir [options] <xmlfile>
elbe repodir preprocesses an XML file to convert <repodir> tags to valid <url> tags. It runs a web server on a random TCP port with the root set to a repodir’s PATH, which can be a relative path to the XML file or an absolute filesystem path.
The repository is not considered to be signed unless the repodir contains a signed-by attribute, which will then copy the given ascii-armored OpenPGP keyring file as <raw-key> to the <url> node. The key file must be a relative path to repodir’s PATH.
After the output file is written, the started webserver(s) will log their accessed files.
|preprocessed output file, defaults to repodir.xml. If this exists it will be overridden.|
The source …
<repodir>PATH1 bullseye main contrib</repodir> <repodir signed-by="relative-path.asc">PATH2 buster main</repodir>
- is preprocessed to:
<url> <binary>http://LOCALMACHINE:36071 bullseye main contrib</binary> <source>http://LOCALMACHINE:36071 bullseye main contrib</source> <options> <option>trusted=yes</option> </options> </url> <url> <binary>http://LOCALMACHINE:33187 buster main</binary> <source>http://LOCALMACHINE:33187 buster main</source> <raw-key> CONTENT OF KEYRING FILE "PATH2/relative-path.asc" </raw-key> </url>
- with randomly chosen TCP port 36071 serving PATH1 and port 33187 serving PATH2.
Part of the elbe1 suite