Thanks. thib wrote: > Was. > > The only thing to keep in mind is that aptitude keeps an internal > state; a sort of staging state that you work on while using the > ncurses UI. It only "clears" it on demand or when you "commit" your > changes, thus you can close and re-open a session without losing your > work (yeah, sometimes package management is still work). > > People simply wonder when they modify some package status with apt-get > in the middle of an aptitude session - but everything seems taken care > of the best it can; I'm pretty sure there's no (known) bug, the user > is almost always the problem. > > Note that using aptitude CLI only isn't messing with people's head. > > I also think the fuzz comes from #411123, which is fixed. I've never > heard of anything else. > > Disclaimer -- just my understanding (I'm sometimes surprised.) > > -thib > > -- Merciadri Luca See http://www.student.montefiore.ulg.ac.be/~merciadri/ I use PGP. If there is an incompatibility problem with your mail client, please contact me.
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