LIST-UNRELEASED(1) General Commands Manual LIST-UNRELEASED(1)NAME
list-unreleased - display UNRELEASED packages
list-unreleased [arg ...] [path ...]
Searches for packages whose changelogs indicate there are pending changes (UNRELEASED) and either lists them or displays the relevant
By default it searches for packages under the current directory. If a path is specified it will look for packages under that directory
OPTIONS -c Display pending changes.
-R Don't recurse into subdirectories looking for packages.
SEE ALSO debchange(1)AUTHOR
list-unreleased was written by Frans Pop <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
DEBIAN Debian Utilities LIST-UNRELEASED(1)
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DD-LIST(1) General Commands Manual DD-LIST(1)NAME
dd-list - nicely list .deb packages and their maintainers
dd-list [-hiusV] [--help] [--stdin] [--sources Sources_file] [--dctrl] [--version] [--uploaders] [package ...]
dd-list produces nicely formatted lists of Debian (.deb) packages and their maintainers.
Input is a list of source or binary package names on the command line (or the standard input if --stdin is given). Output is a list of the
following format, where package names are source packages by default:
J. Random Developer <email@example.com>
Diana Hacker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This is useful when you want, for example, to produce a list of packages that need to attention from their maintainers, e.g., to be rebuilt
when a library version transition happens.
OPTIONS -h, --help
Print brief help message.
Read package names from the standard input, instead of taking them from the command line. Package names are whitespace delimited.
Read package list from standard input in the format of a Debian package control file. This includes the status file, or output of
apt-cache. This is the fastest way to use dd-list, as it uses the maintainer information from the input instead of looking up the
maintainer of each listed package.
If no Source: line is given, the Package: name is used for output, which might be a binary package name.
-s, --sources Sources_file
Read package information from the specified Sources_files. This can be given multiple times.
If no Sources_files are specified, any files matching /var/lib/apt/lists/*_source_Sources will be used.
Also list developers who are named as uploaders of packages, not only the maintainers; this is the default behaviour, use --nou-
ploaders to prevent it. Uploaders are indicated with "(U)" appended to the package name.
Only list package Maintainers, do not list Uploaders.
Use binary package names in the output instead of source package names (has no effect with --dctrl if the Package: line contains
source package names).
Print the version.
Lars Wirzenius <email@example.com>
Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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