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Franco Lanza c1ff378b55 Fix little bug in import 6 years ago
config Adjust way of syncing the dd-accessible copy 8 years ago
dak Add -N option to avoid override deletion on control-overrides 7 years ago
daklib Fix little bug in import 6 years ago
dakweb Make deleteAssociation on dominate trying to delete only existant association 7 years ago
debian This postinst is rubbish, but remove touching apt.conf anyways 9 years ago
docs README.stable-point-release: Update for 7.7 8 years ago
scripts Last (hoping) little fix for external overrides 7 years ago
setup Make deleteAssociation on dominate trying to delete only existant association 7 years ago
templates fix for #754805 8 years ago
tests test PGP messages and plaintext 8 years ago
tools run override and override extra script if pushing indices 7 years ago
.gitignore gitignore 13 years ago
COPYING Imported sources. 22 years ago
README Use more https://. 8 years ago
README.coding Remove ChangeLog, add README.coding 14 years ago Add missing file 7 years ago


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This is unreleased alpha software; use it ENTIRELY at your own risk.

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dak is the collection of programs used to maintain the Debian
project's archives. It's not yet in a state where it can be easily
used by others; if you want something to maintain a small archive and
apt-ftparchive (from the apt-utils package) is insufficient, I strongly
recommend you investigate mini-dinstall, debarchiver or similar.
However, if you insist on trying to try using dak, please read the
documentation in 'doc/README.first'.

There are some manual pages and READMEs in the doc sub-directory. The
TODO file is an incomplete list of things needing to be done.

There's a mailing list for discussion, development of and help with
dak. See:

for archives and details on how to subscribe.

dak is developed and used on Linux but will probably work under any
UNIX since it's almost entirely python and shell scripts.

dak is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, a copy of which
is provided under the name COPYING, or (at your option) any later

James Troup <>, Horsforth, Leeds
Thu, 26 Dec 2002 16:56:02 +0000