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How to determine which SIP a package belongs

Hi Folks,

Is there anyway I can determine the package set (or SIP) that a package belongs to. It doesn't seem that pkginfo does it?? I'm trying to remove a whole lot of unecessary packages, and it would be far more convenient if I could remove whole sets at a time instead of indivdual packages.


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