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Tue, 29 Nov 2005
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pkg-orphan sysutils  Deleted files touched by this commit A console utility for managing unreferenced FreeBSD packages
head/sysutils/Makefile
New port: sysutils/pkg-orphan A console utility for managing unreferenced
FreeBSD packages

        pkg-orphan is a console utility for managing orphan, i.e.
        unreferenced FreeBSD packages. It finds all or selected
        orphans and lets the user choose which ones to remove and
        which ones to keep. It maintains a keep-list file, so
        previously kept packages will be skipped automatically. In
        batch mode, all packages, not present in the keep-list are
        either deleted or kept in the list.

        Since orphan packages are usually much fewer than non-orphan
        ones, it can be useful for quickly finding and deleting
        unused packages, even on a system with hundreds of them
        installed.

        Features:
         - interactive and batch modes
         - maintains a kept package list, to avoid asking for the same package
again
         - can delete packages recursively, but without deleting shared
dependencies or
           previously kept packages
         - the keep-list file does not contain package versions, so upgrades
generally
           don't require editing of the file

        WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pkg-orphan/

        - Victor Semionov
        semionov@mail.b

PR:             ports/89730
Submitted by:   Victor Semionov <semionov@mail.bg>

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