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future-of-package-manager

Post by ispettorezenigata » Sun Apr 06, 2008 18:29

http://abhay-techzone.blogspot.com/2008 ... nager.html
What do you think?
Sabayon could take example from such interesting news?

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Post by WarraWarra » Sun Apr 06, 2008 18:45

It is interesting but have you kept upto date with Equo / Entropy / Spritz ? ?
Check the blog we have on SL home page.
Currently at 49068 or close to this in files / programs in Entropy.

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Post by ispettorezenigata » Sun Apr 06, 2008 19:35

Yes, I know very well the world sabayonlinux and blogs.
It was a news that I hope will inspire interest in the developers taking the most of the surrounding world.

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Post by joost » Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:37

For example, every operation is a transaction. So you can actually rollback your last update or even all the way back to when the system was installed.
This will be possible with entropy i think, at least it has been discussed earlier.
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