Re: Re: Re: Re: @Metavisor
" You don't have a single management interface or a single tracking and dependency database."
Being a user of the Mac App store, Macports, yum and apt-get I'm not actually crying about not having a "tracking and dependency database" for of my OSX desktop apps. I don't need it, it just gets in the way.
When I do need a "tracking and dependency database" I use Macports. Right tool for the job as they say.
Surely you're not going to tell me the Linux package managers are some sort of panacea? I don't know a single person who hasn't cursed at them, or who did have to fuss around with version numbers or --force-ing things.
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