2011/8/30 Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Fri, 26 Aug 2011 16:46:58 +0800, sppmg wrote:
>> I found a unfriendly function from aptitude(0.6.3-4).
>> I hold a package,and this package in the upgradable too.
>> now I upgrade by command ,I don't upgrade this package. But,If I upgrade
>> by ncurses (move point to upgradable and press "+" ) ,I will upgrade
>> this package.
>> Should I send this ideal to maintainer ?
> Sure, I don't fully get the whole picture of your claiming but you can
> open a bug report for that. I would tag it as "wishlist" :-)
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I discover it's my problem in later days.I should press "U" to mark
upgradable not "+".
But ,I think it's still unfriendly to new user
I try to use my bad English to describe .
At first, I think ncurses mode has a bug,because held package still upgrade
(move point to upgradable and press "+" )
Now,I know the normal way of upgrade is to press "U" to mark upgradable.
And I have an ideal that maybe more easy and safety.
The package being held need unhold when upgrade or remove.
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