Project Description

ostatus is a command line tool designed to answer questions like "what deviations has my system from a fresh installed system", at least in term of installed packages.

Internally uses libsolv to simulate a fresh installation, based on the installed system roles and packages. The package and pattern list is later compared with the current system, to evaluate differences.

It also generates a hash key that can be used to compare systems. If two systems has the same key, they are considered equivalent, even if they come from different installation history.

Goal for this Hackweek

Beside pushing forward the project, I want to contribute a bit more in librpm.rs, that is a Rust binding for librpm, that is internally used by ostatus itself.

Resources

Looking for hackers with the skills:

rust

This project is part of:

Hack Week 21

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  • 8 months ago: jzerebecki added keyword "rust" to this project.
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  • 8 months ago: aplanas started this project.
  • 8 months ago: aplanas originated this project.

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