Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 18th Apr 2010 17:22 UTC, submitted by Tom5
OSNews, Generic OSes "In 2007, OSNews ran an article about OPIUM, showing how to cast apt-get installation problems (choosing which of several possible dependencies to install) as a set of pseudo-boolean constraints which could then be solved mathematically to give the optimal solution. We have recently adapted this technique to Zero Install, addressing some problems experienced by the Sugar environment (One Laptop Per Child) and allowing better integration with distribution packages."
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by madbob on Mon 19th Apr 2010 02:57 UTC
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(I write here due it seems original author of the post read here and comments' on the original website are locked).
Any plan to use PackageKit while trying to solve dependencies with the local package manager?

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RE: PackageKit?
by Tom5 on Mon 19th Apr 2010 06:29 in reply to "PackageKit?"
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The Sugar branch of Zero Install has experimental PackageKit support and the plan is to merge that to the main trunk soon:

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