Am Montag, 4. November 2019, 14:59:34 CET schrieb Peter Suetterlin:
Yes, that's one drawback of the way TW handles things, I've been bitten by
that several times already. Packages that no longer are in the repo, and
are not requested by any other package, get removed.
This, though understandable from distributor side, is extremely inconvenient
for people installing (self-compiled) stuff in, e.g., /usr/local.
We all want TW to advance and this policy is *required* to really push things
So either use locks, or convert your local programs to
packages with the
Packaging pays off for many reasons. Dependency tracking and resolution is,
what really sets us apart from other OS. Renouncing this is like using a
mowing robot to mow the lawn by hand. ;-)
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