I started building LFS over again, my last LFS attempt ended in failure (when trying to do a major GNOME version jump from 2.14 to 2.18), and decided that the next time I install LFS, I'll need a package manager. Even though, ordinarily I like to keep the package management in my head, but that's a bit difficult.
I ruled out portage, because, well Gentoo still works.
I thought about using dpkg (debian style package management), but decided against that.
Then I thought, what about the default package manager you get when you do a vanilla installation of Slackware off the CD?
Is there any helpful information concerning this? Like the name of the package manager, the source code, the dependencies, and how to package everything up?
It's been so long since I last used Slackware, that I forgot what it is, and I think googling "slackware package manager" would give me a whole lot of useless results, considering I hear there's a few types of slackware package management available.
Thanks in advance.