[paludis-user] Newbie questions
alon.barlev at gmail.com
Thu May 22 13:52:27 UTC 2008
Starting to get it... So it is not a complete replacement.
The dependencies can be solved by forcing a package.
I just don't understand why not completing the task and replace all
utilities... I am very impressed from the size of the paludis code
base, it looks like that the missing pieces are relatively small.
On 5/22/08, Steven Oliver <oliver.steven at gmail.com> wrote:
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> It is possible to run paludis without portage installed, but I wouldn't
> recommend it. All of those wonderful tools like etc-update are worth
> having around. Not to mention the huge amount of packages that have
> portage as dep.
> Alon Bar-Lev wrote:
> | Hello,
> | Trying to migrate into paludis... Some issues don't understand...
> | Should it be a complete portage replacement?
> | I mean, should it work if portage package is actually missing from
> | I am missing:
> | ebuild
> | quickpkg
> | update-env
> | update-etc/etc-update
> | Also, is there some tool similar to:
> | equery files, shows all files of a package.
> | equery hasuse, all packages with specific USE flag.
> | equery check, checks installed files.
> | Also missing:
> | eclean-dist
> | I found the paludis-extras site, but if I understand correctly it is
> | not formally supported.
> | Thanks,
> | Alon Bar-Lev.
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