Changeset 123901 for trunk/base/doc


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Aug 15, 2014, 9:48:01 PM (6 years ago)
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cal@…
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base: regenerate roff from asciidoc

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  • trunk/base/doc/port-dmg.1

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    4545.SH "DESCRIPTION"
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    47 These commands create OS X\-native binary archives of a given port\&. Depending on the command, either a \&.dmg disk image file, or a \&.pkg installer package is created\&.
     47These commands create OS X\-native binary archives of a given port\&. Depending on the command, one of a \&.dmg disk image file, a \&.pkg, or \&.mpkg installer package is created\&.
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    49 \fBport dmg\fR creates an OS X disk image\&. \fBport pkg\fR wraps the same files in an OS X installer package\&. In most cases you probably want to package a port and all its library and runtime dependencies in a single package suitable for binary redistribution\&. You can use a metapackage to do this\&. Create one using \fBport mdmg\fR or \fBport mpkg\fR\&.
     49\fBport pkg\fR creates an OS X installer package that installs all files that belong to a given port\&. \fBport dmg\fR wraps this installer package in a disk image\&. In most cases you probably want to package a port and all its library and runtime dependencies in a single package suitable for binary distribution\&. \fBport pkg\fR and \fBport dmg\fR don\(cqt do that, so those are only useful if you are going to take care of the dependencies separately\&. \fBport mpkg\fR creates an \&.mpkg installer image that contains installer packages for each of the dependencies and is suitable for standalone redistribution\&. \fBport mdmg\fR wraps this \&.mpkg package in a disk image\&.
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     51On OS X 10\&.6 and later, the generated installer packages are in "flat" format, such that wrapping them in a disk image is no longer necessary for online redistribution\&. Prior to OS X 10\&.6, generated installer packages use a resource fork and can thus not be used for online distribution without a wrapping disk image\&.
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    5153All packages are placed in a port\(cqs work directory, which can be located using \fBport-work\fR(1)\&.
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