Re: It was new to me, even if it was 3 years old...
On Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 01:43:20AM -0700, Bert Schulze wrote:
> > apt-cache madison ...
> > apt-cache's madison command attempts to mimic the output format and
> > a subset of the functionality of the Debian archive management tool,
> > madison. It displays available versions of a package in a tabular
> > format. Unlike the original madison, it can only display information for
> > the architecture for which APT has retrieved package lists
> > (APT::Architecture).
> Don't you think the list will be able to read the apt-cache manpage? (;
Many things in plain sight are overlooked or skimmed over, thats how I
missed it. Some folks never have ever read all the man pages on their
system or all the docs in /usr/share/docs. If you have, then I'd say
youre in the minority and very luck and have a lot of time.
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