Web-based repository package view?

Hello! :wave:

I am brand new to EndeavourOS. Can’t wait to try it out.

Does the EndeavourOS website offer a web-based view of the packages that are in the official repositories?

I mean if I wanted to see the newest packages that were added or to search for a particular package and it’s current version in the repositories?

I was going to name a few distributions that offered such a thing, but didn’t know if that is against the forum rules.

Thank you for any and all help!

No. But here is the Github page for packages in EnOS’ repo:

Also from the command line, you could list all the packages:

pacman -Sl endeavouros

The endeavousOS repos are very small. You can list them all with pacman -Sl endeavouros

What you probably want to browse is the Arch repos which is where 99% of the packages come from.

That can be done here: https://archlinux.org/packages/

Thank you @pebcak & @dalto.

Both answers are very helpful. I really appreciate them. :heart:

Enjoy your day! :partying_face:

PS: Ahh, the old PEBCAK errors… never gets old! LOL


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