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Author: aitor
To: dng
Subject: Re: [DNG] recursive ldd?

On 10/4/24 20:22, al3xu5 via Dng wrote:
> Tue, 9 Apr 2024 05:57:56 -0400 - Steve Litt<slitt@???>:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm doing a little research on the xz problem, and want to use ldd to
>> find all dependent object files, direct and indirect. I found nothing
>> in the ldd man page telling me I can do this.
>> Before I write a nasty Python program to parse and recurse ldd output,
>> does anybody know an equivalent of a recursive ldd?
>> Also, is there an apt command that can show all dependencies, direct or
>> indirect, of a given command?
> I'm not sure I understand correctly if you mean this:
> dependencies of a package <package> (packages that need to be installed to
> also install the <package> package):
> $ apt-cache depends <package>
> $ apt-rdepends <package> -
> reverse dependencies of a package <package> (packages that depend on (i.e.
> require) <package> to be able to be installed):
> $ apt-cache rdepends <package>
> $ apt-rdepends -r <package>
> Best regards
> alexus

SteveT works on Void, which uses its own package manager.