mastablasta wrote:Additionally - why would someone be interested in how many packages there are available? Isn't it more of an interest how many programmes are available? Packages can be dependencies, right?
squeezy wrote:I've always had a small issue with this myself. Sure, they advertise "over 30,000 packages available" but at least half of those re support libraries. I don't install libraries myself (99.9% of the time), they're brought in as dependencies to run the programs I choose. IMHO libraries should be tracked under their own category and not advertised as if they were programs you can install to run.
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