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Re: Real life use of pkgsrc from a happy user
I haven't heard anyone in this thread mention pkgin yet. It works with
binary packages. It probably solves the problems for most users. During a
normal upgrade: "If the installed dependencies match the listed needed
dependencies, don't upgrade them."
(Yes, a fault with pkgin is that it and its dependency is not in the
Who uses pkgin? What could it do better? Or what is it missing?
(Missing for me is package repo built using X11_TYPE=modular. Also I have
a patched pkgin that provides debugging/dry-run feature, better error
reporting, and more verbosity.)
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