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==Regarding general opinion on yaourt==
 
==Regarding general opinion on yaourt==
 
A great deal of people still ask for yaourt support, even though more recent helpers have less issues that outright break installing from AUR, and less problems that degrade performance. Maybe the article should reflect what is actually happening; people are pointing towards others like packer and bauerbill. [[User:Dres|Dres]] 23:13, 26 January 2010 (EST)
 
A great deal of people still ask for yaourt support, even though more recent helpers have less issues that outright break installing from AUR, and less problems that degrade performance. Maybe the article should reflect what is actually happening; people are pointing towards others like packer and bauerbill. [[User:Dres|Dres]] 23:13, 26 January 2010 (EST)
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== Prefer yaourt-git ?  ==
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I'm kinda intrigued by this line, I am using the "normal" yaourt from the AUR and do not seems to have any trouble, what kind of features are broken ? Is there a risk for my system if I keep using this "broken" yaourt ?
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I can see that the last edit was late january 2010, almost a century in computing :) Is it still true ?

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Regarding general opinion on yaourt

A great deal of people still ask for yaourt support, even though more recent helpers have less issues that outright break installing from AUR, and less problems that degrade performance. Maybe the article should reflect what is actually happening; people are pointing towards others like packer and bauerbill. Dres 23:13, 26 January 2010 (EST)

Prefer yaourt-git ?

I'm kinda intrigued by this line, I am using the "normal" yaourt from the AUR and do not seems to have any trouble, what kind of features are broken ? Is there a risk for my system if I keep using this "broken" yaourt ?

I can see that the last edit was late january 2010, almost a century in computing :) Is it still true ?