[packagekit] PackageKit Collections
tim.lauridsen at googlemail.com
Sun Sep 14 02:34:29 PDT 2008
Anders F Björklund wrote:
> Tim Lauridsen wrote:
>>>> Now, if I replace the repo with '[meta]' then I now get two
>>>> package_ids whereas before they would differ in their "data"
>>>> This is not good, since the package_id in PK must be unique for
>>>> each ?
>>>> And if I remove a dupe, then I'm not sure which one the id refers
>>>> to ?
>>> Exactly, the PackageId _must_ be unique.
>> .yumBackend.py install-packages 'kde-desktop;meta;meta;meta'
>> will install the metapackage 'kde-desktop'
>> .yumBackend.py remove-packages no 'games;meta;meta;meta'
>> will remove the metapackages 'games'
>> .yumBackend.py get-requires none 'games;meta;meta;meta' no
>> will return the requirement of the packages and deps of the 'games'
>> this work in the current yum backend in git, what else do we need ?
> How do you separate the metapackages (comps) in one yum repo,
> from the metapackages available in another repo ? Since each
> "repodata" has their own definition of comps bundled, I mean.
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comps meta is merged, so there is only one 'games' comps group
containing the merged 'games' from different comps.xml files.
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