lör 2003-05-03 klockan 00.52 skrev Steve Kemp:
> On Sat, May 03, 2003 at 12:02:54AM +0200, smurfd wrote:
> > Hey there!
> > Ive been thinking about coding together an application, that is able to
> > save a list of current installed packages, and then at another time, use
> > that list and install/remove the differences from the current installed
> > packages.
> > I don't know if there is some application that does these things already
> > in Debian?
> I wrote a perl script to do something related, it will read in a list
> of packages installed upon a machine, then write that list to a cache
> If you run it again it will show what packages have been added/removed
> since the previous run.
> Packaged for Debian and available here:
> (The name is dpkg-changes)
> Updating it to read in a new list would be trivial, as would
> downloading the packages via a shell-out to apt-get.
> I hope that's useful to you.
Thanks, it was exactly as i wanted my program to be.
Darn, now i have to go look for something else to do ;)