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Re: relevance of packages in repositories

Le 7 mai 2023 Brian a écrit :

>> > You might give Fedora a try. Its release cadence is every 6 months. At
>> > each release, Fedora typically supplies the most current version of a
>> > package.
>> >
>> > You may find Fedora aligns better with your requirements.
>> How about Arch linux?
>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arch_Linux
>>   Arch Linux is an independently developed, x86-64 general-purpose
>> Linux distribution that strives to provide the latest stable versions
>> of most software by following a rolling-release model.
> That sounds like a good descripttion of Debian unstable :).

And beside the fact we are on a debian forum, and that debian is much
better than fedora and arch linux, all this don't answer the main problem :
there is no package called neodim. If this is this neodim :


it's only 2 lua files implementing a plugin for neovim. So why bother
installing fedora or arch linux when you can easily download the 2 files
and put them in the right directory ?

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