You'll be surprised to know that ?and(?installed,?upgradable) matches a different set of versions than ?upgradable.
This non-intuitive thing happens because ?upgradable matches against the package's upgradable flag; whereas ?installed checks that the version we are matching against is the installed one.
Booted my OnePlus 3. This feels old, wow. Software feels sluggish and super slow. Gotta upgrade to Pie. #Retro
?narrow is a confusing pattern. ?narrow(A,B) matches if A and B match on the same version. It only takes two patterns, as opposed to ?and which can take more.
So, by definition, this would be the same as ?narrow(?and(A,B), ?true); rendering a two-argument narrow form specifically odd.
I believe APT will support a 1-to-n argument form, but in the AST remap ?narrow(A,...) to ?narrow(?and(A, ...)) to simplify stuff.
Considering upgrading my travel backpack from my Ethnotek Raja Lite 30L to the big Raja 46L.
Mine does not have a separate padded laptop compartment, just a small space in the main one; and it's always a pain to get the laptop back in after airport security checks (because some items in the main compartment might block it).
Not sure I really need 46L, but it might be useful for short trips when you can pack all clothes in.
Warum wird durch Steuergelder finanzierte Software nicht als Freie Software veröffentlicht? Mit "Public Money? Public Code!" wollen wir hierfür die nötigen Grundlagen schaffen. https://peertube.social/videos/watch/702cb495-7a04-472c-95af-ca249816f1d4 #FreieSoftware #PMPC #FSFE
mastodon-comments now stores the root toot of comment threads for a blog post inside a json file to avoid having to requery it:
also, search API of mastodon changed behavior in
so adjusting for that in
Though it does need some performance tweaking to actually quote the string we are querying for so mastodon can perform a simpler query.
New blog post: APT Patterns
If you have ever used aptitude a bit more extensively on the command-line, you’ll probably have come across its patterns. This week I spent some time implementing (some) patterns for apt, so you do not need aptitude for that, and I want to let you in on the details of this merge request !74.
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