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comment How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
Where are the version numbers for installed dependencies? How can I simply get each one, on a line, with this information?
Mar
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comment How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
@FaheemMitha FYI apt-cache rdepends shows reverse dependencies (aka. dependants). Very confusingly, it has a similar name to apt-rdepends, which shows recursive dependencies.
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comment How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
@FaheemMitha I want all packages that tcpdump depends upon, and all of their dependencies, and all of their dependencies, etc.
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asked How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
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comment Why does combining `less` and `script` disrupt line endings?
Is there a way to replicate more "traditional" terminal/less interaction? I need to use script to get color output out of the executable I'm running, but the output is unreadable with the line endings the way they are.
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comment Find recursively all archive files of diverse archive formats and search them for file name patterns
@Chemik - I just tried it, and it should support JAR files in its current form anyway. Can you test it out, and if it doesn't work as you expect, file a bug on the Github page? (I did just fix a bug, so be sure to update your copy.)
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comment Find recursively all archive files of diverse archive formats and search them for file name patterns
@Chemik - noted! I'll do a bit more work on it this weekend :) JAR shouldn't be too hard, I believe it's really just a zip file to the outside world.
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