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Re: kde 3.3.x

On Sunday 12 December 2004 04:18, Adeodato Simó wrote:
> * Adeodato Simó [Sun, 12 Dec 2004 03:59:08 +0100]:
> >   $ comm -12 <(apt-cache rdepends kdelibs4 | tr -d ' ' | sort) \
> >     <(grep-status -Fstatus 'install ok installed' -ns package |
> > sort)
>   bah, I'm *really* sorry for that crap above.
>   $ grep-status -ns package -Fdepends -e "kdelibs4|libarts1" \
>                 --and  -Fstatus 'ok installed'

But this will also list k3b, kaffeine, digikam, showimg, kvim, kile, 
gwenview (and probably other non-officials), since they all depend on 

Any reason for not just doing "apt-get -t unstable install kde"? To me 
this this seems to archieve the objective of upgrading only official 
KDE packages - but probably not every single one of them? I guess one 
could instead use your grep-status cmd, but at the same time "egrep -v 
'k3b|kaffeine|gwenview|...'" to archieve that goal.
Frederik Dannemare | mailto:frederik@dannemare.net
http://frederik.dannemare.net | http://www.linuxworlddomination.dk

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