swaret smear campaign
> i think there is a trojan in the
> slapt-get binary,
The above posting seems to be part of an organized effort to smear slapt-get by the swaret folks. Here's a link to their forums where they discuss it (though I wouldn't be surprised if they removed the offending text after a while):
I've also seen similar posts on userlocal and linuxpackages forums.
Re: Poor Project...
> LOL This is very funny.
> Slackware has included now two great
> up-to-date projects like swaret and
> slackpkg. Why the hell are you creating
> again another apt-get alike tool?
> Anyway, swaret support dependencies and
> got more features then slapt-get i
> advise everyone to use swaret (check on
> freshmeat after swaret)
This is covered in the FAQ (software.jaos.org/BUIL...).
LOL This is very funny.
Slackware has included now two great up-to-date projects like swaret and slackpkg. Why the hell are you creating again another apt-get alike tool? Anyway, swaret support dependencies and got more features then slapt-get i advise everyone to use swaret (check on freshmeat after swaret)
Finally! Someone wrote a package management utility for slackware that does it right!
Slapt-get has turned the chore of keeping current or upgrading to a new version absolutely hassle-free! It's small and fast. Unlike the other the utilities out there, it doesn't take forever, and you're not left guessing whether it actually did what it said it did.
I upgraded from slackware-9.0 to slackware-current today with absolutely no problems. I can't wait to see whats next!
Mutation testing for Java.
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