Just came across this video. Watching it right now.
Seems to have some interesting features.
It does have some cool features. I use it for some of it’s advanced features but not as a day-to-day package manager.
For example, the syntax for removing orphans is much more intuitive in
Do I want to believe someone wearing a Manjaro shirt?
Just kidding! Anything Linux is okay with me, I just like to poke fun sometimes! DistroTube is legit in my opinion, watching the video now. All things considered though, I’m still pretty happy with
yay and I had an issue last week that I reported on their git page and they responded back the same day, so the developer is still very active as well.
Been using it for months, it’s my main package manager, it just “falls down” with stuff like pcloud, it doesn’t like pclouds install method
…It looks like a few nifty features but others are MORE complicated than yay.
The fact that you don’t update everything at once and can only search separate repos for example is just a hassle, not a feature.
Exactly, I don’t like it is a normal package manager but I use it for some of it’s interesting features which aren’t regular package management.
Also i find the flags confusing… looking at their official page and -C is for downgrade, not Clean, while -Cv is Clean? I assume the dev isn’t a native English speaker since a lot of the flag letters don’t make sense.
I mean what does the j in -Oj stand for (cleaning all orphans)?
I know, part of it is what I am used to with pacman, but the mixup between downgade and cleaning is just weird.
Edit: There also seem to be no way of saving flags, like in yay (aka I have my yay set to auto-delete all build dependencies among other things).
I just came across accidentally. Saw this guy for the first time.
Don’t worry, he’s not specifically a Manjaro user, he uses a lot of various distros, I was just trying to add a little humor
Come to think of it, I actually don’t know what his main distro of choice is, but it’s more than likely something Arch-based for sure I’d reckon.