./misc/ec2-ami-tools, Amazon EC2 AMI Tools (bundle, create, upload AMIs to S3)

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.3.57676nb2, Package name: ec2-ami-tools-1.3.57676nb2, Maintainer: jym

The Amazon EC2 AMI Tools are command-line utilities to help bundle
an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), create an AMI from an existing machine
or installed volume, and upload a bundled AMI to Amazon S3.


Required to run:
[www/curl] [archivers/gtar-base] [net/rsync] [shells/bash] [lang/ruby193-base]

Master sites:

SHA1: 195406a962ee022927833186a84f0c5502b47354
RMD160: 64f662c8c7b7607abe9700a03682062bebb8a361
Filesize: 134.676 KB

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   2014-03-13 18:06:43 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (11)
Log message:
Refelect change of RUBY_SRCDIR.
   2012-10-08 11:57:42 by Aleksej Saushev | Files touched by this commit (239)
Log message:
Drop PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT setting, "user-destdir" is default these days.
   2012-03-22 15:25:26 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (9) | Package updated
Log message:
Bump PKGREVISION reflecting the default Ruby's version change.
   2011-09-16 04:26:45 by OBATA Akio | Files touched by this commit (14) | Package updated
Log message:
Bump PKGREVISION from RUBY_VERSION_DEFAULT changes.
   2011-01-31 22:01:13 by Jean-Yves Migeon | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Remove TODO. It does not apply to this pkg anymore.
   2011-01-31 21:56:15 by Jean-Yves Migeon | Files touched by this commit (17) | Imported package
Log message:
Import misc/ec2-ami-tools.

The Amazon EC2 AMI Tools are command-line utilities to help bundle
an Amazon Machine Image (AMI), create an AMI from an existing machine
or installed volume, and upload a bundled AMI to Amazon S3.

You can use these to create and upload a NetBSD AMI to EC2. Bundling
and using NetBSD AMIs will be part of a wiki article, as there are some
limitations that I need to fix before making it official.
It has nothing to do with this pkg though, so in case someone wants to
play with AWS, there is no reason to hold it back.

Ruby modules are written so that they can be used on any platform
supported by Amazon (some Linuces and Solaris), I just re-used the
framework to make it work with NetBSD.