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equivs Circumvent Debian package dependencies
Installed size 128
Maintainer Peter Samuelson <peter@p12n.org>
Architecture all
Version 2.0.7
Depends perl, debhelper (>= 4), dpkg-dev, devscripts, make, fakeroot
Suggests feh
File name pool/main/e/equivs/equivs_2.0.7_all.deb
Description This package provides a tool to create Debian packages that only contain dependency information. . One use for this is to create a metapackage: a package whose sole purpose is to declare dependencies and conflicts on other packages so that these will be automatically installed, upgraded, or removed. . Another use is to circumvent dependency checking. If a package P is not installed on the system, packages that depend on P cannot normally be installed. However, if functionality equivalent to P is known to be installed, this tool can be used to trick the Debian package management system into believing that package P is actually installed. NOTE: this should be considered a crude hack to work around awkward situations, not a normal solution. If you use equivs to work around bugs in other Debian packages, you should also file bug reports against those packages.

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