Celejar <firstname.lastname@example.org> (15/01/2009): > > (without any deb-src) It looks like the following does what you want: > > | grep-status -sPackage -F Package $source_package > > > > Works for me with blender, xulrunner, graphviz as source package names. Bleh. Needed sleep :) Make “-F Package” become “-F Source”. Unfortunately, if a binary package is built from a source package with the same name, it isn't printed. E.g. “grep-status -sPackage -F Source graphviz” won't return graphviz, even if it's installed, so you'll have to add a special-case. Using --exact-match should help. What about the following? | grep-status -X -sPackage -F Source $p; grep-status -X -sPackage -F Package $p Might be suboptimal but oh well, it does (this time I hope…) answer your question. > According to the man page, your command merely prints the package > fields of those packages whose package fields contains the string > $source_package, as above. Have I missed something? Sorry about that. Mraw, KiBi.
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