On Mon, 17 Jun 2002, John Gaughan wrote:
> > o Amusing useless postscript graphs that show you what depends on what in
> > a visual manner
>> There is support for this in apt-cache. Running "apt-cache dotty
> <packages>" will generate output that can be used by dot to generate a
> dependency graph for those packages.
heh, in that case, the script is truely useless except as study avoidance.
Learn something new every day. No harm, I'm still amused and the cogs of
the PERL engine are greased a bit :-) . Incidentally apt-cache dotty
produces some heinous graphs.
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