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Debian System Wide Information Manager

DSWIM is a powerful informational tool for Debian's packaging system. Designed with an integrated approach it combines the functionality found in several other programs and scripts. This provides users with a centralized approach for querying the installation, allowing programmers the liberty of writing smaller and simpler code.

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  •  27 Jan 2005 11:50

Release Notes: This release fixes --db for normal users, as well as a new bug introduced with a strange interaction between the newer Berkeley DB and DB_File with the put() method..

  •  07 Jan 2005 13:54

Release Notes: A bug that would cause db creation to fail due to stricter checking from Perl 5.8 has been fixed.

  •  06 Nov 2002 15:10

Release Notes: This release fixes error output caused by repetitive options found by the recent Getopt::Long.

  •  25 Oct 2001 01:16

Release Notes: Private databases are now automatically rebuilt for each user. Non-root users have access to the majority of features. Several new options have been added to support a matured apt; all virtual options now call apt.

  •  30 Jan 2001 06:14

    Release Notes: This release is Perl 5.6 friendly.

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