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Re: Install

  (posted for the curious -- I've got far too much free time while
   testing my new CDR drive to see if I got another lemon..)

On Fri, Jun 14, 2002 at 12:39:37AM +0200, Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker <ilmari@ping.uio.no> was heard to say:
> I can't tell from a quick browse of the changelog when this section
> was introduced, but it's been there for a few months, I think.

Version 0.0.3
  *  "Merry Christmas and a Happy Armageddon" release.  This'll probably be the
    last Aptitude release before the year 2000.  Assuming that civilization has
    not collapsed, expect to see another version early in the new year.
    (hopefully before potato freezes ;-) )  If not, I guess I'll have to start
    porting it to the abacus platform..
  *  Configurable keybindings!  Rejoice!  See README for more info and
  *  aptitude now has persistent state, stored (by default) in

  *  This is used to implement some dselect-like capabilities, including
    'sticky' selections that persist across sessions and the ability to track
    new packages.  New packages are implemented in a manner entirely orthogonal
    to selection state, which means (in short words) that a package can
    remain "new" for an indefinite amount of time, even after it's installed.


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