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Get Packages feature development started… November 1, 2009

Posted by mysticalgroovy in Slackpack News.
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Since the early versions of Slackpack a “Get Packages” feature (a feature that would search and download slackware linux packages over the net) was listed on the TODO file, as you can see on the -current dir of the Slackpack source repository the development of this feature has started.

I hope it will be fully functional in the next major release.
Stay tuned! :)

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