I notice libc6 is in directory 'glibc' and e2fslibs in 'e2fsprogs'...but why ?
How does the ap cache sorting work ?
This is version 2, release 1.9.32, on Debian Testing.
This is the directory structure of /var/cache/apt-proxy:
From: Chris Halls <halls@de...> - 2005-12-13 17:00:46
On Thursday 10 Nov 2005 17:54, Micha wrote:
> I notice libc6 is in directory 'glibc' and e2fslibs in 'e2fsprogs'...but
> why ? How does the ap cache sorting work ?
apt-proxy mirrors the debian archive structure - it does not sort packages
itself. The directory name is taken from the source package - in this case,
libc6 is built from the source package 'glibc'. You can see the source
package name at bugs.debian.org/libc6
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