Title: flatpak build-export Author: Alexander Larsson <email@example.com> Generator: DocBook XSL Stylesheets v1.79.1 <http://docbook.sf.net/> Date: 08/31/2017 Manual: flatpak build-export Source: flatpak Language: English
NAMEflatpak-build-export - Create a repository from a build directory
- flatpak build-export [OPTION...] LOCATION DIRECTORY [BRANCH]
If LOCATION exists, it is assumed to be an OSTree repository, otherwise a new OSTree repository is created at this location. The repository can be inspected with the ostree tool.
The contents of DIRECTORY are committed on the branch with name app/APPNAME/ARCH/BRANCH, where ARCH is the architecture of the runtime that the application is using. A commit filter is used to enforce that only the contents of the files/ and export/ subdirectories and the metadata file are included in the commit, anything else is ignored.
The build-update-repo command should be used to update repository metadata whenever application builds are added to a repository.
The following options are understood:
- Show help options and exit.
- One line subject for the commit message.
- Full description for the commit message.
- Specify the architecture component of the branch to export. Only host compatible architectures can be specified.
- Exclude files matching PATTERN from the commit. This option can be used multiple times.
- Don't exclude files matching PATTERN from the commit, even if they match the --export patterns. This option can be used multiple times.
- Use the specified filename as metadata in the exported app instead of the default file (called metadata). This is useful if you want to commit multiple things from a single build tree, typically used in combination with --files and --exclude.
- Use the files in the specified subdirectory as the file contents, rather than the regular files directory.
- Run appstream-builder and to update the appstream branch after build.
- Don't update the summary file after the new commit is added. This means the repository will not be useful for serving over http until build-repo-update has been run. This is useful is you want to do multiple repo operations before finally updating the summary.
- Sign the commit with this GPG key. This option can be used multiple times.
- GPG Homedir to use when looking for keyrings
- Export a runtime instead for an app (this uses the usr subdir as files).
- Print debug information during command processing.
- Print OSTree debug information during command processing.
- Print version information and exit.
$ flatpak build-export ~/repos/gnome-calculator/ ~/build/gnome-calculator/ org.gnome.Calculator
Commit: 9d0044ea480297114d03aec85c3d7ae3779438f9d2cb69d717fb54237acacb8c Metadata Total: 605 Metadata Written: 5 Content Total: 1174 Content Written: 1 Content Bytes Written: 305