[opam-devel] printing detailed dependency analysis
thomas at ocamlpro.com
Wed Mar 27 14:50:09 GMT 2013
Remark: this is really just a hack, I agree it would be good to move that thing into a proper command later.
We've discussed about creating 'opam-check' which will do this kind of computations using opam-lib, but we've never really had the time to do this properly. As always, contributions are welcome as this is quite distinct from the core of OPAM (eg. the mechanics of installing/removing packages).
On Mar 27, 2013, at 3:47 PM, Thomas Gazagnaire wrote:
> You can try:
> $ opam upgrade --cudf=foo ocamlfind
> hopefully this is just a no-op which produces foo.dot. Then:
> $ dot -Tpng foo.dot > foo.png
> This will build the graph of all available packages where the roots are the installed ones.
> On Mar 27, 2013, at 3:31 PM, Ashish Agarwal wrote:
>> Is there any way to get a detailed print out of a package's dependency tree? I'm in a situation that is hard to debug.
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