yum-arch [Re: [Yum] Re: Yum support?]
skvidal at phy.duke.edu
Wed Feb 5 15:00:59 UTC 2003
On Wed, 2003-02-05 at 09:59, Troy Dawson wrote:
> seth vidal wrote:
> >>Ah, good! Sorry again, I thought I asked about the quiet option in a
> >>previous post to yum-list, but memory didn't serve me well on this one.
> >>I'll try to behave :) Will also try without 'rm -rf'ing and let you
> >>know if it doesn't work it should.
> > Nothing to worry about being good. I just didn't realize it was a
> > problem. I put the -q to yum-arch on my list.
> > -sv
> Hi Seth,
> Bringing up yum-arch, we had a reqest here. And this isn't a critical thing,
> just a minor anoyance, that if it's easy to fix, we'd appreciate it.
> When you do a yum-arch it goes throw everything, and the output it all on one
> line. So unless you are extremely fast at reading, all you see is the last
> rpm that it builds the header for. Would there be any way to put each header
> being built on it's own line, or make that an option (like -v for verbose)
> Like I said, this isn't critical, but it would be nice.
Sure. iirc it's about a one or two line change to make them each get
their own line.
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