UPMS (Universal Package Managment System) is based on the BSD ports system, and can be used on any FHS 2.0 Linux-compatible distribution. UPMS has two level of dependencies checking: required and suggested. It also has an option to optimize everything that you build and install with it for your architecture.
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|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The problems with GCC 3.2.2 have been fixed; this release can be used on Slackware 9.0. Ports-0.1.3 has been added. A lot of changes have been made, but dependencies are temporarily removed; they will be in the next 0.2.x version of ports.
Release Notes: This release adds some code cleanup, a fix for a bug related to the dependencies routine, and partially-added searching in the database. The ports tree has been updated to 0.2.1.
Release Notes: The dependencies routine was fixed, some bugs were cleaned up, and spelling errors were corrected.
Release Notes: Dependencies checking and the download sequence have been fixed.