[Slackbuilds-users] Feature proposal

Heinz Wiesinger pprkut at liwjatan.at
Wed Apr 15 20:51:41 UTC 2009

On Wednesday 15 April 2009 22:13:25 alkos333 wrote:
> I have a queue named "all" which contains all of my currently
> installed packages in appropriate order (as far as dependencies are
> concerned).  It took me quite a while to construct the the queue and
> then do several runs to sort out dependencies.
> What about creating a feature that would first queue all of the
> currently installed packages into the queue.  Second, it would scan
> their README files and look for name hits and move the packages with
> those names before the package whose README is being scanned.
> Basically, I'm in no way trying to automate the dependency check
> because there were still be conflicts, but at the very least, this
> will get the overall queue as close to the functioning state as
> possible and the admin can then finish the rest.
> This was just an idea that hit me as I was creating a back-up queue
> for recompiling all of the SBo package after an update let's say.

Erm...wrong list...I guess :)

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