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You know, RPM can do everything Portage can do, but better and faster, and it also has really good binary support.
All the people who defend Portage like it's some sort of magical advanced package management system really don't have a lot of experience with actually doing advanced things.
And even so, dpkg/apt is lightyears ahead of any RPM based solution.
Yeah? You wanna back that up with some facts?
The only thing RPM distros have against them is low number of packages, although that is improving over time.
Yes, because RPM does dependencies based on libraries and files, not based on package versions and numbers. In this fashion, that kind of thing "just works" without any special features.