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Old 03-03-2019, 11:56 AM   #61
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Please provide me tasklist file, /var/lib/attitude/tasklist
Sorry, tasklist has been cleared. But after yesterday's improvements, I noticed a big increase in the speed of the program. And what about new-config command?
 
Old 03-03-2019, 03:38 PM   #62
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Slackers,

Some improvement, please check https://sourceforge.net/projects/slack-attitude/.

Thanks
I do not envision slackware doing 32 bit x86. It has no real future and the amount of work.
over 90 percent of all machines today are x86_64 cpu's.
It does not make since to keep this huge burden up.
I can see a partial 32 bit still being maintained like most distro's.
Or like Alein Bob's.

thanks for all the cool scripting man.
 
Old 03-04-2019, 05:30 AM   #63
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Sorry, tasklist has been cleared. But after yesterday's improvements, I noticed a big increase in the speed of the program. And what about new-config command?
Currently I am working on slackman (my own tool for install/uninstall packages).
But I want to know what is expected functionality.

Thanks for reply.
 
Old 03-04-2019, 05:32 AM   #64
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I do not envision slackware doing 32 bit x86. It has no real future and the amount of work.
over 90 percent of all machines today are x86_64 cpu's.
It does not make since to keep this huge burden up.
I can see a partial 32 bit still being maintained like most distro's.
Or like Alein Bob's.

thanks for all the cool scripting man.
Multilib support is optional. It is possible to maintain pure x86_64 bit system.
Do not configure x86 bit and alien multilib repo.

Thanks for reply
 
Old 03-06-2019, 09:19 PM   #65
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Slackers,

Here is an update, please check (Slack) attitude.

Some improvement in browse, file-search, search.

Please run
Code:
attitude --force update
There is an some speed improvement (but NOT complete).
Right now I am working on slackman tool.

Once everything is finalized I will try to improvement browsing tools.

Please try it.

Suggestions are welcome.

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 04-05-2019, 11:42 AM   #66
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Here is an update, please check (Slack) Attitude.

Added BackupPkg for upgrade/reinstall/remove. And enabled by default.

NOTE: Please create backup directory. "/var/lib/pkgtools/backup/" (OR) "/var/log/backup/".

I tried to implement complete package backup functionality. I tried to create "Slackware Install-able Package".
Without using makepkg. Because I want to maintain exact file permission.

Tar file is created using,
Code:
tar cf backupath.c_str() -C rootdir.c_str() --no-recursion -T filepath.c_str()
.

And .txz file is create using,
Code:
xz -c backupath.c_str()
Code:
NOTE: During backup, tool will overwrite/create .new file and delete afterwards it.
Please try it.
Now I am working on slackman tool.
Suggestions are welcome.

Thanks in advance

Last edited by linuxxer; 04-05-2019 at 12:09 PM. Reason: Spelling mistake
 
Old 04-23-2019, 04:22 AM   #67
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Slackers,

Here is an update, please check (Slack) Attitude.

Currently I am working on slackman command line processing.

Please check slackman wiki.

Suggestion are welcome.

Thanks.
 
Old 10-06-2019, 09:22 AM   #68
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Slackers,

Here is an update please check the (Slack) Attitude. Call for testing.

Support is added for Slackware ARM Architecture.

No new functionality is added.

Significant change is accepted -STD=gnu++17 for compilation.

Which makes it more suitable for Slackware Current.

Now C++17 std::filesystem support is added into the code.

Lots of code changes have done (including slackman).

NOTE: Please try it on Virtual Machine.

Lots of changes in Source code directory structure, because of this reason source code are not committed in the Sourceforge svn directory.

The latest version of source code/SlackBuild is available on above url.

Need suggestion from experienced Slackers.

Which functionality is must you expected into Official Slackware based Package Management System.

Suggestions are welcome...

Thanks
 
  


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