xwing overlay - available with layman -a xwing (via rsync)
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Guillaume Castagnino 8295e8e8b3
media-sound/ocenaudio: version bump
3 days ago
app-dicts/myspell-fr app-dicts/myspell-fr: bump and fix 12 months ago
app-office/grisbi app-office/grisbi: version bump 9 months ago
distfiles bump noto fonts 2 months ago
licenses add ocenaudio licence 1 year ago
media-fonts bump noto fonts 2 months ago
media-gfx/rawtherapee now in tree 7 months ago
media-sound/ocenaudio media-sound/ocenaudio: version bump 3 days ago
metadata fix ac_aux_dir crap 9 years ago
net-print/brlaser net-print/brlaser: add snapshot 1 year ago
profiles move ksmbd-tools 6 months ago
x11-themes x11-themes/smplayer-themes: bump 4 months ago
.gitattributes add lfs tracking 8 months ago
.gitignore add gitignore 7 years ago
README.md clean file 8 months ago
robots.txt add robots 12 years ago
skel.ebuild update skel files 8 months ago
skel.metadata.xml update skel files 8 months ago



This is my personal overlay

Stuf I need, stuff I test…

The preferred way to sync this repository is using rsync (either manual or layman install). The rsync version has the advantage to be cleanned from distfiles and specific files not needed by portage, and it comes with portage metadata. It’s updated every 30 minutes from git, so it’s perfectly fine considering my own commit rate.



$ cat <<EOF > /etc/portage/repos.conf/xwing.conf
priority = 50
location = /var/db/repos/xwing
sync-type = rsync
sync-uri = rsync://gentoo.xwing.info/xwing-overlay
auto-sync = yes

With layman

$ layman -a xwing


You can clone the repository, BUT:

  • it comes with the binary distfiles (LFS) you do not need
  • it has no metadata
$ git clone https://git.xwing.info/casta/portage.git