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    Default Re: Cleanup of distribution upgrades

    Quote Originally Posted by susejunky View Post
    Hmmm ...probably I missed something but in all of those places I found no definition of "unneeded".
    Sure. awerlang used the (sleepy). More: https://en.opensuse.org/Libzypp/Dependencies
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    Default Re: Cleanup of distribution upgrades

    Quote Originally Posted by karlmistelberger View Post
    Just another place with no reference to "unneeded" at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susejunky View Post
    Just another place with no reference to "unneeded" at all.
    Sure, but a prerequisite for the definition of unneeded.

    More: https://rpm-software-management.gith...endencies.html, https://rpm-software-management.gith...endencies.html. SUSE tries to have zypper support all features of the latest version of rpm.

    "Unneeded" means the auto-installed package is not referenced with respect to the broadest definition of dependency, directly or indirectly, by a user installed package.
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    Default Re: Cleanup of distribution upgrades

    Quote Originally Posted by karlmistelberger View Post
    ... "Unneeded" means the auto-installed package is not referenced with respect to the broadest definition of dependency, directly or indirectly, by a user installed package.
    That is a nice one!

    At the moment i suspect package splits and supplements could lead to the behavior which I saw. However reading the sources will take me some more time ...

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    Default Re: Cleanup of distribution upgrades

    Quote Originally Posted by susejunky View Post
    That is a nice one!
    You're welcome.

    Testcases related to post #1:
    http://www.mistelberger.net/updateTe...8-05-18-10-03/
    http://www.mistelberger.net/updateTe...8-06-23-11-34/
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    Everybody should have a look to this thread.
    Thanks so much karlmistelberger.

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