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snakeoil shouldn't be needed anymore
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Note: At the moment you'll most likely need an ~arch system to run depspec because of the py2.5 dep.
There is an ebuild for depspec in my overlay, you could do something like the following to install it:
- mkdir /usr/local/overlays
- cd /usr/local/overlays
- svn co svn://tfkyle.dyndns.org/ebuilds/projects tfkyles_projects
- add /usr/local/overlays/tfkyles_projects to PORTDIR_OVERLAY in /etc/make.conf, if you havn't specified it already (and aren't sourcing layman's make.conf) you can specify it fresh like PORTDIR_OVERLAY="/usr/local/overlays/tfkyles_projects". (if using layman you'd want to use PORTDIR_OVERLAY="$PORTDIR_OVERLAY ...."
- add the following to /etc/portage/package.keywords (if it doesn't exist it's fine to create it):
=dev-python/tfplib-9999 ** =dev-python/depspec-9999 **
- emerge -av depspec
Standalone binaries are binaries that bundle most things needed to run, these typically aren't the best to use for hacking on depspec, but can be useful for trying it out.
There's a Standalone windows binary for an older version of depspec here, just unrar and run depspec/depspec.exe to use it.