There are several flags that could be specfied almost with any aptly command. Flags could be specified before or after command name:
$ aptly -option1 command ...
Global flags are:
-architectures="": list of architectures to consider during (comma-separated), default to all available
-config="": location of configuration file (default locations are
-db-open-attempts=10: number of attempts to open DB if it’s locked by other instance of aptly 1.1.0
-dep-follow-all-variants: when processing dependencies, follow a & b if depdency is ‘a|b’
-dep-follow-recommends: when processing dependencies, follow Recommends
-dep-follow-source: when processing dependencies, follow from binary package to source package
-dep-follow-suggests: when processing dependencies, follow Suggests
-dep-verbose-resolve: when processing dependencies, print detailed logs 1.1.0
-gpg-provider=gpg: PGP provider implementation (
gpgfor external gpg or
internalfor Go internal implementation)
Global flags override configuration parameters with similar names.
For more information on
-dep-* flags, please see dependency resolving.