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Re: yum functions



Mike Chambers wrote:
> When using some of these, such as --enablerepo= and --exclude=, is there
> a way to use just one option with multiple choices such as below...
> 
> --enablerepo=one,two,three --exclude=package1,package1
> 
> instead of one option per choice as is currently?
> 

The way I do it is by using Bash's brace expansion:

$ yum --enablerepo={repofoo,repobar,testing} --exclude={pkg1,libzoink} ...

Bash expands that to

$ yum --enablerepo=repofoo --enablerepo=repobar \
  --enablerepo=testing --exclude=pkg1 --exclude=libzoink

Hope that helps.
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