What is the Fedora matching to the Debian/Ubuntu plan search web pages?
The Debian/ Ubuntu package search pages are really valuable to seek out what variation of a program is readily available in what circulation collection, just how programs are divided along numerous plans etc
For instance I intend to explore what variation of
g++ is readily available in existing Ubuntu:
I straight see that the default variation is 4.4.4, additionally readily available is 4.5.1. In Natty it is 4.5.1:
Via http://packages.ubuntu.com/natty/g++ you can surf coveniently via the dependences and also straight see which styles are sustained.
You can additionally look the materials of the plans.
For Fedora I've located
Searching for g+npls returns absolutely nothing:
Ok, probably it is split in different ways:
This generates outcomes and also it appears that there is just one large
gcc plan that includes
But this is not real. Making use of
yum search on a Fedora 14 system returns:
(that includes g+npls)
Without accessibility to a real Fedora system, do I actually need to in some way anticipate this and also surf down right into the plan git tree to get the very same details? I suggest similar to this:
(and afterwards look for '% plan'?)
The https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/acls/name/gcc reveals me that a gcc plan is readily available in Fedora 13 and also 14 yet it does disappoint:
- the dependences
- the real variations
- the styles
- sub - plans
Ok, I can see the variations using mosting likely to https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/gcc
Thus my inquiry: What is the Fedora matching to the Debian/Ubuntu plan search web pages?
What do you make use of to look comparable details up?
And also what concerning obtaining this sort of details for various other rpm based distros like Cent OS or RHEL?
The Fedora PkgDB does have a search syntax so you can look for builds with/ usr/bin/g+npls in it by looking for
file:/usr/bin/g++ and also click Builds. Click heaven (i) for even more information. The GCC plan has numerous below - plans, as defined in the gcc.spec documents you revealed over, which has actually included in the complication.
I make use of http://koji.fedoraproject.org
I had not seen PkgDB prior to, so I can not claim much concerning it. Koji functions well yet the only caution is that it reveals plans that have actually been constructed and also they aren't always in the repository yet.