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On (15/08/05 17:01), Stephen Shirley didst pronounce:
> Seen today on another mailing list. Tested on debian/sid, seems to
> indeed be the case (dpkg version 1.13.10).
>> >There's no need for the COLUMNS= hack; "dpkg -l > file" won't truncate
> >the list anymore.
>Same version here (1.13.10), and dpkg -l > file works fine. However, it
still truncates to stdout, which is annoying. So, the COLUMNS= hack is
still needed for stdout (AFAICS).
Chat ya later,
BOFH excuse #64: CPU needs recalibration
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