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Recursive dependencies for apt

Project description

Recursively resolve package dependencies using apt.

Installation

On Debian/Ubuntu: pip install apt_deps

Usage

command line:

usage: apt-deps [-h] PACKAGES [PACKAGES ...]

Find recursive dependencies of installed package.

positional arguments:
 PACKAGES    package(s) to resolve dependencies

optional arguments:
 -h, --help  show this help message and exit
 -r, --recommends  Include "recommended" packages

Python:

import apt_deps.get_deps
a = apt_deps.get_deps.DepFinder(['apt', 'nginx-extras'])
print(a.dep_set)
# get a different set of dependencies
a(['apache2', 'python'])
print(a.dep_set)

Features

It works 60% of the time, every time.

Build

On Ubuntu and Debian systems, you can apt-get install python-apt

If you want to build in a virtualenv, you need to do one of the following: 1) Initiate your virtualenv using site-packages virtualenv –site-packages

2) Install required system libs and install python-apt from source. apt-get install g++ gcc libapt-pkg-dev pip install git+git://anonscm.debian.org/apt/python-apt.git@1.1.0_beta1

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