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PKG_UPDATING(1)		  BSD General Commands Manual	       PKG_UPDATING(1)

NAME
     pkg_updating — a utility for displaying UPDATING entries of software
     packages

SYNOPSIS
     pkg_updating [-h] [-d date] [-f file] [pkg-name ...]
     pkg_updating

DESCRIPTION
     The pkg_updating command scans the installed ports and show all UPDATING
     entries that affect one of the installed ports. Alternative a list of
     pkg-names could be passed.

OPTIONS
     The following command line options are supported:

     pkg-name ...
	     UPDATING entries for the named packages are displayed.

     -d, --date date
	     Only entries newer than date are shown. Use a YYYYMMDD date for‐
	     mat.

     -f, --file file
	     Defines a alternative location of the UPDATING file.

     -h, --help
	     Print help message.

EXAMPLES
	   pkg_updating

     Shows all entries of all installed ports.

	   pkg_updating -d 20070101

     Shows all entries of all installed ports since 2007-01-01.

	   pkg_updating apache mysql

     Shows all entries for all apache and mysql ports.

	   pkg_updating -d 20060101 apache

     Shows all apache entries since 2006-01-01.

	   pkg_updating -f /tmp/UPDATING

     Defines that the UPDATING file is in /tmp and shows all entries of all
     installed ports

ENVIRONMENT
     PKG_DBDIR	Specifies an alternative location for the installed package
		database.

     PORTSDIR	Location of the ports tree.

FILES
     /var/db/pkg  Default location of the installed package database.
     /usr/ports	  The default ports directory and default location of the
		  UPDATING file

SEE ALSO
     pkg_add(1), pkg_create(1), pkg_delete(1), pkg_version(1)

AUTHORS
     Beat G�tzi ⟨beat@chruetertee.ch⟩

CONTRIBUTORS
     Martin Tournoij ⟨carpetsmoker@xs4all.nl⟩

BUGS
     Sure to be some.

BSD				 May 30, 2008				   BSD
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