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Old 05-18-2009, 10:17 AM   #1
dive
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A couple of package listing util scripts


I made these some time ago and having seen someone else submit a few scripts I thought I'd add these for good measure ;-)

sbols:
Lists SBo packages by date order.

'sbols 10' for example will list most recent 10 SBo packages installed. Use '-r' to list from beginning.

'sboup' will check for sbopkg update and optionally download, install and merge .new files.

ph (package history):
Lists packages by date order, most recent first.
'ph 10' for example will list most recent 10 installed.

http://www.unrealize.co.uk/scripts/sbotools/sbols
http://www.unrealize.co.uk/scripts/sbotools/sboup
http://www.unrealize.co.uk/scripts/bash/ph

The main site http://www.unrealize.co.uk has further bash scripts, slackbuilds and some themes etc too.

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