This option uses dot CLI from graphviz to generate a nice SVG containing the full tree of dependencies for a given recipe or package.
dot needs to be available. So,
graphviz package needs to be installed for this functionality to be used. I thought about adding it to the bootstrapping phase, but it's a package with lots of dependencies and not everybody will use this command anyways.
First approach was to include a
--graph option into the already existing
deps command. It is now a new and separate command. It can show the all dependencies of either a recipe or a package. In case it's a package, all packages it depends on will be used when using
--package-recipes is given, all the recipes of all the packages it depends upon will be considered.
./cerbero-uninstalled graph --help usage: cerbero-uninstalled graph [-h] [-r] [-p] [-pr] [-o OUTPUT] name positional arguments: name name of the recipe or package to generate deps from optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -r, --recipe generate deps for the given recipe -p, --package generate deps for the given package -pr, --package-recipes generate recipe deps for the given package -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT output file for the SVG graph