repoctl - Make it easy to manage your local Arch Linux repository.

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The repoctl program is distributed under the MIT License. The recommended method is to install the repoctl package from AUR, as this package installs other useful files, such as the Zsh completion script.

https://github.com/cassava/repoctl

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