command line tools for package upgrade problem descriptions
DescriptionA CUDF document describe an upgrade problem, as faced by package managers in popular package-based GNU/Linux distributions. A CUDF document consists of a package universe and of a user request. The package universe describes all packages known to the package manager, a subset of which (the package status) denotes the package being currently installed on the target machine. The user request denotes a change to the package status as requested by the user. A CUDF document is naturally complemented by a solution describing the resulting package status (if any) implementing the user request, as found by a package manager. This package contains command line tools to manipulate CUDF and related documents. In particular it contains cudf-check, which enables checking of document properties such as installation consistency and matching of problems with their solutions.
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