Paco (pacKAGE oRGANIZER) is a simple, yet powerful tool to aid package management when installing programs from source code. It uses the LD_PRELOAD method to track package installations, and provides various options to keep the installed software organized. It's mainly a command line application but it has also an optional GTKMM interface.
|Tags||Installation/Setup Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD NetBSD Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in GPaco.
Release Notes: In GPaco, column visibility is changed when clicking on Preferences buttons. Some icons have been replaced by more intuitive ones. The --fakeroot option of pacoball has been removed (since it was too cryptic). The --ignore-shared option of paco has been removed. The auxiliary scripts are now installed by default, and may be disabled at configure time with --disable-scripts. Minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A compilation error in Ubuntu was fixed. The interface of gpaco was simplified, minor errors were fixed, and the performance was enhanced.
Release Notes: The performance of gpaco has been enhanced significantly. The configuration file for gpaco has been moved from ~/.gpacorc to ~/.config/gpaco/gpacorc.
Release Notes: Some changes in the user interface of gpaco have been made. Gpaco requires gtkmm 2.12 or higher now. There are no changes in the command line interface.