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WNPP-ALERT(1)						      General Commands Manual						     WNPP-ALERT(1)

NAME
wnpp-alert - check for installed packages up for adoption or orphaned SYNOPSIS
wnpp-alert [--diff] [package ...] wnpp-alert --help|--version DESCRIPTION
wnpp-alert downloads the lists of packages which have been orphaned (O), are up for adoption (RFA), or the maintainer has asked for help (RFH) from the WNPP webpages, and then outputs a list of packages installed on the system, or matching the listed packages, which are in those lists. Note that WNPP, and therefore wnpp-alert's output, is source package based. OPTIONS
--diff, -d If the ~/.devscripts_cache directory exists, compare the output of wnpp-alert to the previous output (cached in the file wnpp-diff) and output the differences. --help, -h Show a summary of options. --version, -v Show version and copyright information. SEE ALSO
http://www.debian.org/devel/wnpp AUTHOR
wnpp-alert was written by Arthur Korn <arthur@korn.ch> and modified by Julian Gilbey <jdg@debian.org> for the devscripts package. It is in the public domain. DEBIAN
Debian Utilities WNPP-ALERT(1)

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WNPP-CHECK(1)						      General Commands Manual						     WNPP-CHECK(1)

NAME
wnpp-check - check if a package is being packaged or if this has been requested SYNOPSIS
wnpp-check package ... wnpp-check --help|--version DESCRIPTION
wnpp-check downloads the lists of packages which are listed as being packaged (ITPed) or for which a package has been requested (RFPed) from the WNPP website and lists any packages supplied on the command line which appear in those lists. Note that WNPP, and therefore wnpp-check's output, is source package based. OPTIONS
--help, -h Show a summary of options. --version, -v Show version and copyright information. SEE ALSO
http://www.debian.org/devel/wnpp EXIT STATUS
0 None of the packages supplied has an open ITP or RFP 1 Either an error occurred or at least one package supplied has an open ITP or RFP AUTHOR
wnpp-check was written by David Paleino <d.paleino@gmail.com>; this man page was written by Adam D. Barratt <adam@adam-barratt.org.uk> for the devscripts package. wnpp-check was originally based on wnpp-alert, which was written by Arthur Korn <arthur@korn.ch> and modified by Julian Gilbey <jdg@debian.org> for the devscripts package. Both scripts are in the public domain. DEBIAN
Debian Utilities WNPP-CHECK(1)
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