|i||the port is installed|
|u||the port is installed and can be updated|
Show all ports whose names contain firefox and print verbose descriptions:
xps -v firefox Show all ports in category devel with exact name python. xps -e -c devel python Show all ports whose names contain glib and are installed: xps -i yes glib Show all ports maintained by <author> in category <category>: xps -m <author> -c <category> Show all ports that contain pdf in thier short description: xps -D pdf Show ports whose name starts with gnome: xps -E ^gnome
-c <category> Show ports only from this category. -e Exact match. Show only ports that their name is an exact match of the given term. -i yes/no Show only installed/non-installed ports. -u yes/no Show ports that are installed and can/cannot be updated. -m <maintainer> Show only ports maintained by <maintainer>. -v Show verbose descriptions. -E <regex> Show ports that thier name matches given regular expression. -D <string> Show ports whose short description contain given string. -DE <regex> Show ports whose short description match given regular expression. -s Print port statistics and exit. --version Show program version and exit.
* The code that matches installed packages with indexed ports needs a lot of work, expect bugs in this area.
* xps is broken in systems migrated to pkgng. Expect this to be solved in a newer version.
Antonios Anastasiadis (email@example.com)
|0.5.2||XPS (1)||04 December 2008|