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  • #16
    Originally posted by Awesomeness View Post
    If the roles were reversed, I'd tell a SUSE engineer exactly the same thing: Drop your home-grown solution is favor of of the superior one by a 3rd party.
    What Rahul's trying to tell you is that it's not practical to just do that. But the whole point of dnf is to attempt to increase the amount of co-operation and code re-use between projects: the aim is for openSUSE and Fedora to use a common dependency resolution system (libsolv). dnf is an improvement in exactly the direction you're trying to advocate.

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    • #17
      So basically YUM best features aren't available? Delta RPMs, history undo, parallel downloads, auto-remove and bash completion. For me these are deal breaking namely history undo.

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