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Re: Obsolete packages in Experimental

[Jérôme Warnier]
> Or even better: a list of all packages already installed on my system
> which have an experimental version?

There might be a better way, but assuming you have experimental in your

  awk > $t '/^Package:/{print "^" $2 "$"}' \
  dpkg --get-selections | awk '/\tinstall$/{print $1}' | grep -f $t
  rm $t

This relies on package names being regex-friendly.  (I think the only
regex character they can have is ".", which causes few problems.)

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