OCaml libraries for package dependencies (runtime files)
DescriptionDose3 is a framework consisting of several OCaml libraries for analysing the metadata of software packages (like Packages files of Debian suites). Though not tied to any particular distribution, Dose3 constitutes a pool of libraries which enable analyzing packages coming from various distributions. Besides basic functionalities for querying and setting package properties, dose3 also implements algorithms for solving more complex problems (monitoring package evolutions, correct and complete dependency resolution, repository-wide uninstallability checks). This package contains only the shared runtime stub libraries.
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