Re: Checking dependencies
>>"Ed" == Ed Cogburn <email@example.com> writes:
Ed> Robert Ramiega wrote:
>> I have one problem: How can i check which packages depend on specific
pkg-deptree and pkg-revdeps maybe of use here. They belong to
pkg-order package. These do precisely that. Look at an example for
Packages that depend on procps
__> pkg-deptree procps
The packages procps depends on
__> pkg-revdeps procps
PKG-DEPTREE(1) User Contributed Perl Documentation PKG-DEPTREE(1)
pkg-deptree - A Package dependency tretty printing tool.
usage: pkg-deptree [options] [reg-exp [reg-exp ...]]
where the options are:
--check-recommends Check Recommends too. [OFF]
--check-suggests Check Suggests too. [OFF]
This utility prints out a dependency tree of installed
packages, optionally taking a list of space separated
regular expressions on the command line to limit the
starting points. If no regular expressions are given, then
all installed packages shall be displayed.
The default is to assume that the list of installed packages may be
derived from the file I</var/lib/dpkg/status>, but the user may
override this by providing a I<Packages> file listing all the
packages that are assumed to be installed.
PKG-REVDEPS(1) User Contributed Perl Documentation PKG-REVDEPS(1)
pkg-revdeps - A Package reverse dependency pretty printing
Do not underestimate the value of print statements for
debugging. Don't have aesthetic convulsions when using them, either.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.datasync.com/%7Esrivasta/>
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