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
> necessary dependencies.
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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