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Re: packages removed by Release Manager just reveal older versions

On Sun, 2003-07-27 at 18:16, Travis Crump wrote:
> Joey Hess wrote:
> > Seven reasons why you should be using aptitude instead of apt-get.
> > 
> > 1. aptitude can look just like apt-get
> > 
> >    If you run 'aptitude update' or 'aptitude upgrade' or 'aptitude
> >    install', it looks and works just like apt-get, with a few enhancements.
> >    So there is no learning curve.
> > 
> aptitude doesn't support the '-t' switch.  While some people would say 
> that you shouldn't really be using '-t' anyway, a lot of people do use it.

Why not use "-t"?  I have a "mostly sarge" system with some sid.
The "-t" makes it very easy to do this:
# apt-get -t testing upgrade
# apt-get -t unstable install evolution mozilla-browser mozilla-psm

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