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From: Rafael Martins <rafael@×××××××××××××××××.br>
To: gentoo-science@l.g.o
Subject: [gentoo-science] [ANN] g-octave 0.3
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 00:47:45
Message-Id: AANLkTilgJznb1lmBmiFEJTuZ918u4q54xsWJg8vbAKQr@mail.gmail.com
Hi science mates,

I just released g-octave 0.3, that come with some cool features:

Modular support for package managers
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g-octave can use any of the 3 package managers available for Gentoo
Linux right now (Portage, Paludis and Pkgcore). The user can change
between the package managers easily, changing a configuration option.

Optional logging
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g-octave can write a log file, with the log level and location
selected on the configuration. If the log level is omitted, the
logging feature will be disabled.

Update of installed packages
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A new command-line option was introduced to g-octave: --update. With
this option the user will be able to try to update some package for a
new version, or to try to update all the installed packages.

Override configuration options from the file '/etc/g-octave;cfg' with
environment variables
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g-octave can understand environment variables from the "GOCTAVE_" name
space. The environment variable will be: GOCTAVE_ + uppercase
configuration. e.g. GOCTAVE_OVERLAY. All the options available on the
configuration file can be override.



More information can be found on the documentation:
http://soc.dev.gentoo.org/~rafaelmartins/g-octave/docs/0.3/

The updated ebuild is already on the science overlay.

Comments and suggestions are welcome!

Thanks!

-- 
Rafael Goncalves Martins
http://rafaelmartins.eng.br/