dnf versus yum

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Sun Jan 5 11:34:10 UTC 2014

Am 05.01.2014 12:21, schrieb Frank Murphy:
> On Sun, 05 Jan 2014 12:16:36 +0100
> "Lars E. Pettersson" <lars at homer.se> wrote:
>> Ah, did not know that, if you try to auto complete yum only remove
>> shows up, but erase also works. So perhaps erase was an afterthought,
>> to mimic the rpm behavior. If rpm has erase, and yum also can use
>> erase, perhaps erase is the way to go, perhaps...? :)
> Maybe remove was for @debian people used to  "apt-get remove"?

and if developers would be more pragmatic and user-friendly this
wouöd not be discussed a single second and both supported

the time which was used to explain why could have been used for implement the alias

"why not?" should be the real question

both are clear words and if both are supported it would not matter
if "erase" is logical for user A or "remove" for user B

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