Re: Non-related 'Recommends' dependencies - bug or not?
On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 12:31:22AM -0400, Felipe Sateler <firstname.lastname@example.org> was heard to say:
> Frans Pop wrote:
> > Dependencies should in principle be "top down", not "bottom up". And
> > defining dependencies from libs to apps is almost per definition "bottom
> > up".
> As a nice experiment (you need testing or unstable's aptitude for this):
> % aptitude search '?section(^libs) ?recommends(!?section(libs) !?section(doc)
> !?section(python) !?section(perl) !?section(doc) !?section(libdevel) )' | wc -l
The equivalent for older aptitudes is this:
aptitude search '~s^libs ~Drecommends:(!~slibs !~sdoc !~spython !~sperl !~slibdevel)' | wc -l