Get information about a update-system transation in python-aptdaemon v0.11

Asked by Sergio Soto on 2012-02-08

I'm playing with the python module for aptdaemon. I need to show information about a upgrade-system transaction after run it.

According to theaptdaemon v0.4.0 documentation [1] the method Transaction.simulate() simulates (obviously) the transaction changes to calculate dependencies, required download size and other info . The fact is that. Now i've tried to do this with the version 0.11 ( included in Ubuntu Lucid [2] ) and it doesn't even exist.

How can i make this work in the older version?

Welcome dear.

[1] http://packages.python.org/aptdaemon/
[2] http://packages.ubuntu.com/lucid/python-aptdaemon

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Best Sebastian Heinlein (glatzor) said : #1

Sergio Soto <email address hidden> schrieb:

>Question #187205 on Aptdaemon changed:
>https://answers.launchpad.net/aptdaemon/+question/187205
>
>Description changed to:
>I'm playing with the python module for aptdaemon. I need to show
>information about a upgrade-system transaction after run it.
>
>According to theaptdaemon v0.4.0 documentation [1] the method
>Transaction.simulate() simulates (obviously) the transaction changes to
>calculate dependencies, required download size and other info . The
>fact
>is that. Now i've tried to do this with the version 0.11 ( included in
>Ubuntu Lucid [2] ) and it doesn't even exist.
>
>How can i make this work in the older version?
>
>Welcome dear.
>
>[1] http://packages.python.org/aptdaemon/
>[2] http://packages.ubuntu.com/lucid/python-aptdaemon
>
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>contact for Aptdaemon.

Sorry. But this isn't possible. You have to wait for the next lts release in april.
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Sergio Soto (ssoto) said : #2

Thanks Sebastian Heinlein, that solved my question.