Subject: Re: Support for marking packages as installed automatically as dependencies
To: Thomas Klausner <wiz@NetBSD.org>
From: John Nemeth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/25/2005 09:34:24
On Mar 15, 12:57pm, Thomas Klausner wrote:
} Attached are patches for pkg_install and bsd.pkg.mk that implement
} marking packages that are pulled in as dependencies as automatically
} installed, which was requested on this mailing list some time ago.
} It works with pkg_add, make install, and make bin-install.
} pkg_info -Qautomatic PKG tells whether a packages was installed
} automatically. pkg_admin set automatic=[yes|no] PKG sets/clears that
} mark. Also, pkg_info -a lists all installed packages while pkg_info
} without arguments omits automatically installed packages.
Can it be made so that pkg_info -a somehow indicates which
packages were automatically installed? Right now, we have output like
pkga blah blah
pkgb blah blah
I'm thinking of having it do something like this:
- pkga blah blah
a pkgb blah blah
axy pkgc blah blah
I.e. moving the package name over a bit and having space at the
beginning of the line for flags (where a would indicate a package that
was automatically installed).
}-- End of excerpt from Thomas Klausner