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Re: update to F11 with yum



2009/6/6 Richard Hughes <hughsient gmail com>:
> On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 8:15 PM, Kevin Kofler<kevin kofler chello at> wrote:
>> * https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=502399 - remove-with-leaves
>> confuses PackageKit, causing a Python backtrace - fixed in PackageKit 0.4.8
>> by blacklisting the plugin
>
> The plugin has obviously not been tested with PackageKit, which is
> odd, as PackageKit is installed on every version of Fedora by
> default...
>
>> Only within that package. I think PackageKit is simply not designed to allow
>> yum plugins to add additional packages to remove.
>
> If can run yum plugins just fine (except the one named above) -- but
> it's not what the GUI user expects. Using remove-with-leaves gives me
> lots of WTF!! moments when it wants to remove random things at random
> times. It breaks the majority of PackageKit uses cases.

I've been seeing "package-cleanup --leaves", and my question is, how
does this work? Does it just get the leaves that were installed due to
dependency issues? How does it discriminate between leaves (in the
dependency tree)?

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