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    • Dimitri Fontaine's avatar
      Prepare 3.1 release. · 61504f3f
      Dimitri Fontaine authored
      Some bugs are blocking users in 2.stable and the code diverted enough to
      warrant releasing 3.1 rather than spending time fixing 2.stable.  Also, it's
      been a long time without release and we have some excellent new
      features (dependency support, el-get-list-packages, etc).
      
      The el-get recipe is already refering to the 3.stable branch, that will be
      created from this commit.
      61504f3f
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    • Dimitri Fontaine's avatar
      `el-get' now defaults to caring about packages known "required" and... · 8f886c07
      Dimitri Fontaine authored
      `el-get' now defaults to caring about packages known "required" and "installed" from the status file.
      
      This should bring a much easier to understand semantics, near of that of
      apt-get and friends: by default, any installed package is automatically
      initialized at next startup without special care.  If you don't need local
      recipes, you don't need to edit and maintain any `el-get-sources'.
      
      It's still possible to manually prepare a list of packages to install, so
      that you can share your setup between multiple installations.  To do that,
      give the package list (names or symbols) to the (el-get) call in your setup.
      This way you can also maintain specific lists depending on system or network
      or whatever is useful for you.  That's the advanced setup, documented.
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