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    Default How to remove build dependencies?

    Imagine one did
    Code:
    zypper si -d PrusaSlicer
    How to remove those ~20 devel packages later on?

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    Default Re: How to remove build dependencies?

    So basically no way to unroll it, except one by one?

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    Default Re: How to remove build dependencies?

    Quote Originally Posted by baltic View Post
    So basically no way to unroll it, except one by one?
    Hi
    Copy the list of files in the output to a file and keep to use later with zypper rm <your list>.

    Script the action/files from the zypper history log for later consumption for removal.

    Build as an rpm and use the build service and osc locally (which is what I do) for no devel packages installed in the system at build time, just kept in the build-root....
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    Default Re: How to remove build dependencies?

    If you just built the app,
    And installed on BTRFS, you can roll back to an earlier snapshot.
    In the future,
    You can deploy your build environment in a virtual machine using something like Virtualbox,
    Then when you're done with that environment you can just delete the virtual machine leaving your physical machine pristine.

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